No Sunburn EDM fest in Goa this December, Goa govt revokes permission


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No Sunburn EDM fest in Goa this December, Goa govt revokes permission 

The Goa authorities has withdrawn the permission granted to the organisers of Sunburn digital dance music (EDM) competition to carry the occasion within the state in December this yr. The transfer comes within the wake of criticism being confronted by the BJP authorities within the state after it gave its nod to organise the competition amid the COVID-19 outbreak.

 

The Congress celebration had protested within the metropolis on Friday towards the choice to permit Sunburn to be organised within the state.

 

On Friday night, state Tourism Minister Manohar Ajgaonkar stated that the division has determined to withdraw the permission granted to the organisers of Sunburn 2020.

 

“The choice has been taken in view of the pandemic scenario in Goa. We do not need large crowds to assemble as it may well result in the unfold of the virus,” he added. The competition was scheduled to be held from December 27 to 29 at Vagator village in North Goa.

 

Percept Dwell, the corporate which organises this occasion, had stated that they got in-principle approval by the Tourism Division’s State-Degree Program Committee (SLPC) to host the competition.

 

The organisers had stated on Friday that they had been able to cancel the competition if pandemic scenario worsens within the state. They’d additionally stated that the occasion could be held by obeying all of the social distancing norms. 

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