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    New Year celebrations in Hyderabad are not as exciting as usual due to strict law and order rules. This has resulted in lower participation and less enthusiasm among people. Normally, the city is filled with fireworks, gatherings, and revelry as people welcome the new year. However, this year is different, with a sense of restraint in the air.

    Many event organizers usually plan musical nights, magical shows, book fairs, and more in December. But this year, all of these events are missing. Even celebrities have not visited the city. The reason for this could be the strict norms implemented by the police and the increase in Covid cases.

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    Popular venues and entertainment spots have scaled down their festivities following the guidelines issued by the police. These guidelines include installing CCTV cameras with recording facilities and not allowing the use of drugs or narcotics. Organizers must also have enough security guards for parking and traffic regulation. Due to these strict norms, event organizers are forced to host small-scale events with limited duration. This has led to lower ticket sales and less excitement among people.

    The prevailing situation, including concerns about public safety and enforcement of regulations, has deterred many people from actively participating in the December 31 night celebrations. The streets that used to be filled with revelers preparing for the New Year now have a somber atmosphere, according to observers.

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    Residents and visitors have expressed disappointment and disillusionment with the subdued nature of the New Year celebrations. The absence of the usual excitement and communal joy highlights the significant change from previous years’ lively festivities.

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