Bus, train, medicine, Covid 19, train station – everything is closed, except essential services

To tie. Except for the essential services on the first day of the Corona curfew, everything remained closed. When the main gates of the main religious sites remained closed, there was silence at the crossroads. The police movement, however, remained negligible. Given the increasing infection of the corona, people should consider themselves more appropriate to stay indoors.
There was silence at street bus stops and train stations. The 59-hour curfew for Corona in the district began on Friday evening at 8 p.m. People stayed in the houses since Saturday morning. People went out of their houses to buy vegetables etc., but most of the people continued to wear masks etc. By noon there was silence at the main intersections of the city, Maheshwari Devi Square, Babulal Square, Station Road, the streets, the Ashok Lat Square, District Council Square, Cantonment Road, etc.
Apart from that, the main gates of the main religious sites Maheshwari Devi Temple, Kali Devi Temple, Sankat Mochan Temple and the historic Nawabi Jama Masjid remained closed. In the happy month of Ramadan, the Rosedars Rosa and Namaz prayed in their homes. The mosques were deserted. On the other hand, all of the district’s medical shops, pharmacies, clinics, etc., remained open. A few people kept coming out on the streets.
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Photo introduction-10- The main intersection of Baberu was abandoned due to the Corona curfew. conversation
All day long silence on the streets
Baberu / Naraini. On the first day of the curfew in Corona, there was complete silence on the streets on Saturday. Only the pharmacy remained open. If necessary, get out of the dark houses by putting on masks. The administration’s announcement made people aware of this. On the other hand, the citizens of Naraini followed the Kovid rules. The traders continued to hide and do business. On the other hand, six soldiers, including Kotwali, are being quarantined because of an infected corona. The traders did business secretly all day. Goods were sold at unsanitary prices. The police barricades were nowhere to be seen. (Conversation)
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People who wander unabated in the Corona curfew
Naraini. The 59-hour lockdown was not followed by local traders and residents. While the shopkeepers continued to sell goods at high prices, the common people could be seen roaming the streets as usual. There was no one to stop them. The home police will be quarantined if six police officers, including the police officer in charge, are found to be positive. In such a situation, the police movement was less visible. (Conversation)

To tie. Except for the essential services on the first day of the Corona curfew, everything remained closed. When the main gates of the main religious sites remained closed, there was silence at the crossroads. The police movement, however, remained negligible. Given the increasing infection of the corona, people should consider themselves more appropriate to stay indoors.

There was silence at street bus stops and train stations. The 59-hour curfew for Corona in the district began on Friday evening at 8 p.m. People stayed in the houses since Saturday morning. People went out of their houses to buy vegetables etc., but most of the people continued to wear masks etc. By noon there was silence at the main intersections of the city, Maheshwari Devi Square, Babulal Square, Station Road, the streets, the Ashok Lat Square, District Council Square, Cantonment Road, etc.

Apart from that, the main gates of the main religious sites Maheshwari Devi Temple, Kali Devi Temple, Sankat Mochan Temple and the historic Nawabi Jama Masjid remained closed. In the happy month of Ramadan, the Rosedars Rosa and Namaz prayed in their homes. The mosques were deserted. On the other hand, all of the district’s medical shops, pharmacies, clinics, etc., remained open. A few people kept coming out on the streets.

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Photo introduction-10- The main intersection of Baberu was abandoned due to the Corona curfew. conversation

All day long silence on the streets

Baberu / Naraini. On the first day of the curfew in Corona, there was complete silence on the streets on Saturday. Only the pharmacy remained open. If necessary, come out of the dark houses with a mask. The administration’s announcement made people aware of this. On the other hand, the citizens of Naraini followed the Kovid rules. The traders continued to hide and do business. On the other hand, six soldiers, including the Kotwali in charge, are being quarantined because of an infected corona. The traders did business secretly all day. Goods were sold at unsanitary prices. The police barricades were nowhere to be seen. (Conversation)

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People who wander unabated in the Corona curfew

Naraini. The 59-hour lockdown was not followed by local traders and residents. While the shopkeepers continued to sell goods at high prices, the common people could be seen roaming the streets as usual. There was no one to stop them. The home police will be quarantined if six police officers, including the police in charge, are found to be positive, making the police movement less visible in such a situation. (Conversation)

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