Announcement of the closing of the market from Friday to Tuesday

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Moradabad In order to protect customers, employees, their families and themselves from the corona infection, the board of directors of five industries in Moradabad decided on Wednesday to keep the market closed from Friday to Tuesday. Officials say our goal right now is not to do business but to protect individuals from corona infections. If the market stays closed, more than 50 crores are created per day.
Through a video conference on Wednesday, under the banner of the Moradabad Joint Board of Trade, it was decided unanimously that the markets will be closed voluntarily from Friday April 30th to April 30th. There will be open stores for medicine and food. During the meeting, the President of the Uttar Pradesh United Trade Board, Neeraj Mittal, announced that the officials of the trade association in the fields of readymade, textile, gold bars, grain, electronics and glass participated in the self-proclaimed lockdown. Business leaders from market circles such as Chaumukha Bridge, Ganj Bazaar, Budh Bazaar, Katra Naz, Gurhatti, Kachhari Road, Tadikhana, etc. associated with the five companies have supported this five-day self-proclaimed lockdown. Neeraj Mittal said the business will continue later, but the priority is to save people’s lives. There will be a loss of more than 50 crore a day in five industries, but to us the value of everyone’s life is much more than that. Rather than gauging the market, we think that more than 50 bodies are cremated in Mokshadham every day, which is very worrying. The governance administration is forced not to impose a full lockdown, but all business organizations should band together for a few days and put in place a self-appointed lockout.
These business association officials should be involved
The meeting was attended by Atul Rastogi, Neeraj Kumar, Neeraj Bansal, Deepak Aggarwal, Rajat Aggarwal, Vijay Madan, Anuj Gupta, Supreet Khanna, Deepak Katyal, Arvind Aggarwal, Johnny, Surendra Nath Sharma, Naresh Aggarwal and Neelkant Aggarwal Chamber of Commerce of Moradabad, Gurmeet Singh Bedi, Sanjay Sehgal, Nitin Kumar Yadav, Dinesh Kumar Yadav etc. were present.

Moradabad In order to protect customers, employees, their families and themselves from the corona infection, the board of directors of five industries in Moradabad decided on Wednesday to keep the market closed from Friday to Tuesday. Officials say our goal right now is not to do business but to protect individuals from corona infections. If the market stays closed, more than 50 crores are created per day.

Through a video conference on Wednesday, under the banner of the Moradabad Joint Board of Trade, it was decided unanimously that the markets will be closed voluntarily from Friday April 30th to April 30th. There will be open stores for medicine and food. During the meeting, the President of the Uttar Pradesh United Trade Board, Neeraj Mittal, announced that the officials of the trade association in the fields of readymade, textile, gold bars, grain, electronics and glass participated in the self-proclaimed lockdown. Business leaders from market circles such as Chaumukha Bridge, Ganj Bazaar, Budh Bazaar, Katra Naz, Gurhatti, Kachhari Road, Tadikhana, etc. associated with the five companies have supported this five-day self-proclaimed lockdown. Neeraj Mittal said the business will continue later, but the priority is to save people’s lives. There will be a loss of more than 50 crore a day in five industries, but to us the value of everyone’s life is much more than that. Rather than gauging the market, we think that more than 50 bodies are cremated in Mokshadham every day, which is very worrying. The governance administration is forced not to impose a full lockdown, but all business organizations should fully unite and establish the self-appointed lockdown for a few days.

These business association officials should be involved

The meeting was attended by Atul Rastogi, Neeraj Kumar, Neeraj Bansal, Deepak Aggarwal, Rajat Aggarwal, Vijay Madan, Anuj Gupta, Supreet Khanna, Deepak Katyal, Arvind Aggarwal, Johnny, Surendra Nath Sharma, Naresh Aggarwal and Neelkant Aggarwal Chamber of Commerce of Moradabad, Gurmeet Singh Bedi, Sanjay Sehgal, Nitin Kumar Yadav, Dinesh Kumar Yadav etc. were present.

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