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MP High Court: Fire NOC Mandatory For Hospitals and Nursing Homes

As per  Madhya Pradesh  High Court Order Fire NOC and building OC is mandatory for Hospitals and Nursing homes


Madhya Pradesh High Court
Anjali Anand vs Medical Education Department on 19 January, 2018
         THE HIGH COURT OF MADHYA PRADESH
                    WP-20605-2017
              (ANJALI ANAND Vs MEDICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT)


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Indore, Dated : 19-01-2018
      Ms. Shanno Khan, counsel for the petitioner.
      Shri Sudarshan Joshi, counsel for the respondent/State.
Heard on I.A.No.17570/2017 which is an application filed by the petitioner seeking a direction to the respondents to file the Fire NOC, AERB approval, Biomedical waste certificate which may have been obtained from the concerned authorities in respect of M.Y.Hospital, Indore.
Learned counsel appearing for the petitioner referring to Annx.P/5 which is said to be NABH and Fire Safety Guidelines has submitted that in terms thereof it is mandatory for all the hospitals to obtain NOC from the concerned Fire Department before occupation of building. She further submits that necessary certificates are also required in terms of Annx.P/6 which is National Building Code of India.
Learned counsel for State prays for and is granted 2 weeks time to produce the aforesaid certificates or to file the reply of the I.A. explaining the position.

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