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All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen general secretary and Yakutpura legislator Ahmed Pasha Quadri demanded the All India Industrial Exhibition Society and the State government pay adequate ex-gratia to the traders who lost their merchandise in “fire accident”.

“We do not want the government and the exhibition society to pay peanuts and wash off their hands. Traders from across the country have come to this decades old fare of the Hyderabad and all efforts should be made to ensure justice to those who suffered huge losses,” said



Ahmed Pasha Quadri.

He demanded that the District collector along with the revenue officials conduct a panchnama on Thursday and review the estimate loss of each traders.

Mr. Pasha Quadri, criticized the delay in response of fire tenders and personnel present on the spot. “Eye witnesses point out that the fire tender without any water and hence their was a delay in taking up fire fighting operation. An inquiry should be done on this complaint,” he demanded.



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