Hyderabad: The Hyderabad Chapter of the Jain International Trade Organisation will be organizing the “Trade Fair- 2011” at the HICC, near Novotel, HITECH City, here for three days i.e on April 15,16 and 17. This is for the first time that such a trade fair is being held by the organization in our State as also in the city.
Speaking to the media here on Tuesday, the general secretary of JITO, Mr Bharatshah said that the Chief Minister, Mr Kiran Kumar Reddy would inaugurate the fair on April 15. The guests of honour on the occasion would be the Minister for industries, Dr J Geeta Reddy, chairman of the Reddy Labs, Dr Anji Reddy, chairman of the GMP Group, Mr Grandhi Mallikarjun Rao, the British Deputy High Commissioner, Mr Richard Hyde and the US Consulate in Hyderabad, Ms Katherine Dhannani.
Mr Bharatshah said that the fair is being organized under the guidance of Gurudev Naypadam Sagarji Maharaj, who advices all Jains to be honest and do business ethically. There would be about 250 stalls on display at the fair and people from all walks of life are welcome for it without having to pay any entry fee. The timing of the exhibition would be from 10 am to 8 pm.
The visitors are entitled to lucky draw every two hours and a bumper draw of TV and a Nano car. The special attraction of the fair would be a Jain Pavillion, where the people can have darshan of Jain Thirthankars made in precious and semi-precious stones. As part of the fair, the organisation is also conducting seminars on various subjects and a special one amongst them would be the one on the subject “Lakhpati to Crorepati” by the eminent tax guru, Mr Subhash Lakhotia on April 17.
The chairman of Hyderabad Chapter, Mr Galada said that post-2020 the organisation has plans to serve the human kind across the world in connection with all aspects like the global warming, water scarcity, pollution and terrorism.
The chairman, Mr Narender Surana, co-chairman, Mr Bhawarlal Munoth, treasurer, Mr Gautamchand Gugalia, were also present on the occasion. (NSS)