Carelessness in captivity, earning by opening the shutter

Varanasi. The market has been in captivity since April 28 to break the corona transition chain. What was announced by the district administration to be extended until the morning of May 6th. Vegetable, milk, fruit and grocery stores are exempt from the ban. Even so, shops open in most parts of the city. The shop work is done by taking off the lock. Where there isn’t even a way to prevent corona infection. Shops were also open in Chowk, Godoulia, Lanka, Maidagin, New Road, Haraha Sarai, Dalmandi and Chetganj, Manduwadih, Varuna Par areas. The shops in the streets and colonies are selling violently. Shops from tea, paan, masala to shopping are bought.
Sporadic open stores
In the Chetganj area, sporadic shops remained open in the streets, including Paan Dariba. The shutters of the shops were closed in the afternoon, but shopping through the doors of Agalbagal continued until late evening. At the same time, carts with carts, khomches and juices continued on the main street from morning to evening. The shutters of the street shutters were also half open.
Prisoners on the streets walking on the streets
Shops on the main streets at the intersection of Manduwadih, Baulia, Lahartara remained closed, but shops in the streets of the colony remained open. Fruit and vegetable vendors sold goods in squares at the intersections. Traffic didn’t seem to have a curfew. From 3 a.m. in Manduwadih Subzi Mandi, business remained the same as on normal days. There were also a lot of buyers.
Buy from the general store
Some shops were open in the morning in areas like Sigra, New Road, Siddha Giribagh, Aurangabad, Laksa, etc. In addition to tea and water, some mobile and general stores also remained open. At the same time, the drugstores remained open. Most people have been seen shopping in vegetable, cereal, and fruit stores.
Social distance did not follow
The Lanka market was only crowded in the drugstores, but shops in the streets and colonies remained open. Tea, cigarette, pan masala and restaurants remained open. The same situation existed in Samareghat, Bhagwanpur, Sundarpur, Naria. Social distance is never observed in any business.

Varanasi. The market has been in captivity since April 28 to break the corona transition chain. What was announced by the district administration to be extended until the morning of May 6th. Vegetable, milk, fruit and grocery stores are exempt from the ban. Even so, shops open in most parts of the city. The shop work is done by taking off the lock. Where there isn’t even a way to prevent corona infection. Shops were also open in Chowk, Godoulia, Lanka, Maidagin, New Road, Haraha Sarai, Dalmandi and Chetganj, Manduwadih, Varuna Par areas. The shops in the streets and colonies are selling violently. Shops from tea, paan, masala to shopping are bought.

Sporadic open stores

In the Chetganj area, sporadic shops remained open in the streets, including Paan Dariba. The shutters of the shops were closed in the afternoon, but shopping through the doors of Agalbagal continued until late evening. At the same time, carts with carts, khomches and juices continued on the main street from morning to evening. The shutters of the street shutters were also half open.

Prisoners on the streets walking on the streets

Shops on the main streets at the intersection of Manduwadih, Baulia, Lahartara remained closed, but shops in the streets of the colony remained open. Fruit and vegetable vendors sold goods in squares at the intersections. Traffic didn’t seem to have a curfew. In Manduvadih Subzi Mandi, business has remained the same since three o’clock as on normal days. There were also a lot of buyers.

Buy from the general store

Some shops were open in the morning in areas like Sigra, New Road, Siddha Giribagh, Aurangabad, Laksa, etc. In addition to tea and water, some mobile and general stores also remained open. At the same time, the drugstores remained open. Most people have been seen shopping in vegetable, cereal, and fruit stores.

Social distance did not follow

The Lanka market was only crowded in the drugstores, but shops in the streets and colonies remained open. Tea, cigarette, pan masala and restaurants remained open. The same situation existed in Samareghat, Bhagwanpur, Sundarpur, Naria. Social distance is never observed in any business.

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