The exhibition will begin from January 1 on the Exhibition Floor.


HyderabadThe All India Industrial Exhibition (AIIE), popularly often known as “Numaish”, is scheduled to start from January 1 on the Exhibition Grounds in Nampally.

This choice was taken by the federal government on Friday after a coordination assembly of assorted departments on the exhibition floor. Joint Commissioner of Police Central Zone P Vishwa Prasad advised the media that the exhibition committee has obtained permission from all departments together with Fireplace, GHMC, Police, Electrical energy Division and Hyderabad Water Works.

He stated that as standard, the exhibition-2022 will begin from January 1 and satisfactory preparations have been made to keep away from fireplace accidents and water hydrants have been organized within the exhibition grounds.

Following the directions of the Telangana Well being Division, precautionary measures have been taken to regulate omicrons.

Greater than 2000 stalls are being arrange for the exhibition 2022.

Vishwa Prasad stated, “In view of the omicron menace, guests will observe the COVID-19 protocol through the use of face masks and sustaining social distancing, the well being division can be going to arrange a vaccination middle on the exhibition grounds.”

On December 27, the Telangana Excessive Court docket had directed the state authorities to take a ultimate choice on whether or not the exhibition needs to be organized or not.

Earlier, a city-based lawyer had sought cancellation of the exhibition-2022 as a result of Omicron model of COVID-19. Advocate Khaja Ejazuddin had filed a petition in numerous authorities departments of town in search of cancellation of permission to the Exhibition Society to arrange the exhibition.

The petitions have been directed to the Secretary, Union Ministry of Well being and Household Welfare, the Chief Secretary, Authorities of Telangana, the District Collector of Hyderabad and the Director of Public Well being and Household Welfare, Telangana and the Commissioner of Police, Hyderabad.

A hearth incident occurred within the exhibition within the 12 months 2019 leading to a Public Curiosity Litigation (PIL) filed earlier than the Telangana Excessive Court docket by advocate Khaja Ehajuddin, on the grounds that the Exhibition Society had didn’t receive the obligatory Fireplace NOC (No Objection Certificates) . ,

The date of January 4 has been fastened for the following listening to of the matter.



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