36 hours of lockdown in the district, there was silence everywhere

Silence on the highway at Chowk Thatheri Market during the lockdown.
– Photo: PRATAPGARH

Pratapgarh. The effects of the government’s announced 36-hour lockdown amid growing coronavirus infection emerged across the district on Sunday. There was silence on the main routes from town to village. The police rang the hikers’ doorbell without need. People who came to the borough’s borders from the autobahn were interviewed. People were locked in houses from town to town. The police team was on tour all day.
The corona virus infection has spread rapidly. The second corona wave is dangerous. People quickly get into the infection process. The people in the district are becoming increasingly infected. The number of people infected in the district has exceeded 300 per day. The shops had been closed since Saturday evening. The police had announced this through a tour of the microphone. Its effects were observed across the district on Monday. There was silence on the main routes from town to village. Only two vehicles drove past on the autobahn and main routes. During this time, the police rang the doorbells for the youth who were wandering the streets for no reason. Measures have also been taken against those who did not wear masks. The CO City continued to conduct operations in the city with Abhay Pandey and the City Kotwal Force. Except in medical stores, the market was quiet. There was silence in other places, including the Punjabi Market, Galla Mandi, Chowk Ghantaghar, Thatheri Bazaar, Babaganj, Station Road, Bhangawa Chungi, and Kachhari. Cities showed meaning in the city. He was locked in his own house. Didn’t get out There were few people to be seen in the city’s medical supply stores. Medical operators had the board installed. Don’t rush it. Immediately after taking the medicine, he left. Few patients came to the hospitals. The Raniganj, Patti, Lalganj, Sadar and Kunda Tehsil areas were also completely silent due to the lockdown. The Lalganj and Jethavara Police Station visited the area and took stock of the lockdown regulations. Even in the Chilbila market there was silence.
Day spent by Carrom, Ludo and TV programs
The entire lockdown in the city did not let people out of their homes. Children in particular had to be locked in houses. In this way the children passed the day through Ludo and Carrom. Instead of walking in parks and playing outside, you spent the day watching TV programs, etc. People had fun inside the houses all day.
Village condition: silence at crossroads, election campaigns in every east
The 36-hour lockdown also showed the effects of the Raniganj-Tehsil area. However, this effect was only noticeable in the markets and squares. Although the streets, markets and squares were quiet, the political mercury was hot in all parts of the village. The candidates appeared in the Purva with two or three supporters and held elections with the head of the household. However, as a precaution, all of them came out of the house wearing a mask. Rampur, Gaura, Khakapur and Sahijwar of Raniganj had the same state in dozens of villages.

The silence outside the District Hospital on Kachari Road.– Photo: PRATAPGARH

There was silence on Sunday due to the closure of shops in Paltan Bazar Sabzimandi due to closure.

On Sunday it became quiet as the shops in Paltan Bazar Sabzimandi were closed for closure.– Photo: PRATAPGARH

Pratapgarh. The effects of the government’s announced 36-hour lockdown amid growing coronavirus infection emerged across the district on Sunday. There was silence on the main routes from town to village. The police rang the hikers’ doorbell without need. People who came to the borough’s borders from the autobahn were interviewed. People were locked in houses from town to town. The police team was on tour all day.

The corona virus infection has spread rapidly. The second corona wave is dangerous. People quickly get into the infection process. The people in the district are becoming increasingly infected. The number of people infected in the district has exceeded 300 per day. The shops had been closed since Saturday evening. The police had announced this through a tour of the microphone. Its effects were observed across the district on Monday. There was silence on the main routes from town to village. Only two vehicles drove past on the autobahn and main routes. During this time, the police rang the doorbells for the youth who were wandering the streets for no reason. Measures have also been taken against those who did not wear masks. The CO City continued to conduct rounds in the city with Abhay Pandey and the City Kotwal Force. Except in medical stores, the market was quiet. There was silence elsewhere, including the Punjabi Market, Galla Mandi, Chowk Ghantaghar, Thatheri Bazaar, Babaganj, Station Road, Bhangawa Chungi, and Kachhari in town. Cities showed meaning in the city. He was locked in his own house. Didn’t get out There were few people to be seen in the city’s medical supply stores. Medical operators had the board installed. Don’t rush it. Immediately after taking the medicine, he left. Few patients came to the hospitals. The Raniganj, Patti, Lalganj, Sadar and Kunda Tehsil areas were also completely silent due to the lockdown. The Lalganj and Jethavara Police Station visited the area and took stock of the lockdown regulations. Even in the Chilbila market there was silence.

Day spent by Carrom, Ludo and TV programs

The entire lockdown in the city did not let people out of their homes. Children in particular had to be locked in houses. In such a situation the children passed the day through Ludo and Carrom. Instead of walking in parks and playing outside, you spent the day watching TV programs, etc. People had fun inside the houses all day.

Village condition: silence at intersections, election campaigns in every east

The 36-hour lockdown also showed the effects of the Raniganj-Tehsil area. However, this effect was only noticeable in the markets and squares. Although the streets, markets and squares were quiet, the political mercury was hot in all parts of the village. The candidates appeared in the Purva with two or three supporters and held elections with the head of the household. However, as a precaution, all of them came out of the house wearing a mask. Rampur, Gaura, Khakapur and Sahijwar of Raniganj had the same state in dozens of villages.

The silence outside the District Hospital on Kachari Road.

The silence outside the District Hospital on Kachari Road.– Photo: PRATAPGARH

There was silence on Sunday due to the closure of shops in Paltan Bazar Sabzimandi due to closure.

It went quiet on Sunday because the shops in Paltan Bazar Sabzimandi were closed due to lockdowns.– Photo: PRATAPGARH

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