Hyderabad: On Monday, the Telangana High Court instructed the state government to make a final call on whether to hold a Numash exhibition. This directive takes into account the fact that a new variant of the COVID-19 virus, Omicron, is rapidly spreading.
While listening to the PIL submitted by city-based lawyer Khaja Aijazuddin, Bench, consisting of Judge Satish Chandra Sharma and Judge NTukaramji, reviewed the recommendations issued by the Government of India before making a decision and other statutory matters. I asked a government adviser to confirm the permit.
JPrabhakar, Senior Adviser of the Exhibition Association, has submitted a note that the exhibition is scheduled to start on January 1st, with permission from various departments.
However, the court expressed concern about the current variant of Omicron, which is widespread. Following this, a Telangana state government lawyer said the exhibition association had not yet responded to the call for permission.
The High Court also said that the Telangana state government had a call to hold or not hold the exhibition.
At a previous hearing, lawyer Khaja Aiajazuddin notified the court that she had petitioned the Secretary of Health and Family Welfare, the Secretary of State for Telangana, the Hyderabad District Collector, and the Secretary of Public Health and Family Welfare.
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