The exhibition will start from January 1 at the Exhibition Ground.

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The All India Industrial Exhibition (AIIE), popularly known as “Numaish”, is scheduled to begin from January 1 at the Exhibition Grounds in Nampally.

This decision was taken by the government on Friday after a coordination meeting of various departments at the exhibition ground. Joint Commissioner of Police Central Zone P Vishwa Prasad told the media that the exhibition committee has obtained permission from all departments including Fire, GHMC, Police, Electricity Department and Hyderabad Water Works.

He said that as usual, the exhibition-2022 will start from January 1 and adequate arrangements have been made to avoid fire accidents and water hydrants have been arranged in the exhibition grounds.

Following the instructions of the Telangana Health Department, precautionary measures have been taken to control omicrons.

More than 2000 stalls are being set up for the exhibition 2022.

Vishwa Prasad said, “In view of the omicron threat, visitors will follow the COVID-19 protocol by using face masks and maintaining social distancing, the health department is also going to set up a vaccination center at the exhibition grounds.”

On December 27, the Telangana High Court had directed the state government to take a final decision on whether the exhibition should be held.

Earlier, a city-based lawyer had sought cancellation of the exhibition-2022 due to the Omicron version of COVID-19. Advocate Khaja Ejazuddin had filed a petition in various government departments of the city seeking cancellation of permission to the Exhibition Society to organize the exhibition.

The petitions were directed to the Secretary, Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, the Chief Secretary, Government of Telangana, the District Collector of Hyderabad and the Director of Public Health and Family Welfare, Telangana and the Commissioner of Police, Hyderabad.

In the year 2019 there was an incident of fire at the exhibition which resulted in the filing of Public Interest Litigation (PIL) before the Telangana High Court by advocate Khaja Ahazuddin, on the grounds that the Exhibition Society had failed to obtain the mandatory Fire NOC (No Objection Certificate) . ,

The date of January 4 has been fixed for the next hearing of the matter.

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