After the demise of KK, an enormous blow to the school administration, this massive choice might be taken

KK Demise : Nazrul Manch in South Kolkata, the place KK was performing for the final time… however now the school fest could also be banned. This consideration is now being taken on this regard after poor crowd administration within the fest organized by Gurudas School, Kolkata on Tuesday night. This is similar stage the place playback singer Krishnakumar Kunnath (KK) gave his final efficiency.

After the demise of KK, many questions are being raised in regards to the poor preparations made through the live performance. In such a state of affairs, a staff of KMDA led by the controlling authority Kolkata Metropolitan Improvement Authority (KMDA) Director Basic Supriyo Maiti inspected the infrastructure of the Nazrul Manch i.e. the venue on Wednesday afternoon. Now the staff has advised banning the school fest there.

In response to the data, the capability of the Nazrul stage is proscribed to 2,700 to three,000, however on the night of the live performance, a crowd of 6,000 individuals reached the venue, wherein many individuals have been both sitting on the steps or standing in all places watching the present. The KMDA staff believes that because of the congested location, the impact of the air-conditioning machines was decreased, resulting in suffocation. In response to Kolkata’s Mayor and state Transport Minister Firhad Hakim, KK’s reputation led to a lot of youth coming to observe the live performance.

Hakim, who being the Mayor can be the President of KMDA, stated, “KMDA officers have requested that this place shouldn’t be given for faculty fest anymore. He has additionally stated that the venue after each school present. Lots of the chairs are discovered broken, as the gang dances standing on them. Nonetheless, we’re but to take a ultimate choice on this matter. Hakim denied that the air-conditioning machines at Nazrul Manch have been faulty. If greater than twice the capability reaches the venue, then what’s the fault of the machines.

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