Hyderabad City Police to grant licence for Deepavali crackers
Hyderabad City Police stated that any violation would be subject to the specific penalties and other penalties outlined in the Act and the Rules.
HYDERABAD: The Deputy Commissioner of Police of the Zones concerned will grant licences in accordance with the Explosives Act, 1884 and Rules, 1983 (as amended - 2008) to applicants who wish to temporarily possess and sell explosives (Fire Crackers on the eve of Deepavali Festival) within the jurisdiction of the Hyderabad City Police.
Hyderabad City Police stated on Sunday that any violation would be subject to the specific penalties and other penalties outlined in the Act and the Rules.
According to Hyderabad police, in order to facilitate doing business, applicants must submit an application for a temporary licence in Form AE-5 of the Explosives Rules via https://www.tspolice.gov.in or http://eservices.tspolice.gov.in before October 18,2022. Applications received after the last date won't be accepted.
A NOC from the Divisional Fire Officer, a land permission granted by the MCH authorities in the case of government land, and a NOC or agreement from the property owner in the case of private land are all required to be included on the application forms. Along with the application forms, the store's site plan, NOC from the shop's neighbours (if it's a single shop inside a pucca building), and copies of any licences awarded in the previous year should all be submitted.
The original licence fee receipt in the amount of Rs. 600 should be deposited in the State Bank of Hyderabad, Gunfoundry, Hyderabad, under the Head of Accounts 0055-Police, 800-Other receipts, 81-other products, and 001-receipts, in order to pay the licencing fee for the construction of fireworks cracker shops. Applications submitted through the website without the aforementioned documentation will be categorically rejected.