Obama's Visit Puts the South Mumbaikars in a Fix
US President Barack Obama's visit to Mumbai has put lots of Mumbaikars, especially residents from South Mumbai in lot of pressure. Several meetings have been held between the residents of the societies and the police with regards to this matter. The police have set a certain guidelines which the residents would have to follow during 6th and 7th of November. One of those would be to restrict the residents from firing loud crackers on the street and go silent. The resident also would be allotted stickers and passes for these cars, which would provide them entry in the area. The cars without stickers won't be allowed entry during this period in the concerned area, relating to security issues.
These guidelines have definitely put the South Mumbaikars in a fix, as being an eve of Diwali; these people can't allow their relatives or friends to enter their areas for these two days. Also the residents may have a bit of an issue over the parking of vehicles and accessing the area around the places the US President plans to visit. However, this guideline of accessing the areas near Taj and other places close to the US President's venue would be applicable for everyone who plans to visit this place during these two days.