Civic Amenities – Clash with police over shop closings

Shahjahanpur. On Sunday, excitement spread among the agricultural machinery dealers at the Bahadurganj Machinery Market when the policeman who arrived with the soldiers from the Bahadurganj Police Outpost began to close their shops. With that, the businessmen and the police started talking, and due to the crowd of people in the machine market, social distance was wired up.
Police officers later left after showing a photocopy of a businessman’s written order for DM.
On May 17, the DM gave the order to open shops for agricultural products, machines, implements, etc. After the affected business people had brought the copy to the officials of the trade organizations, they opened their facilities from the next day parallel to the shops with important goods such as food, fruit, vegetables, milk, etc.
As every day, all shops opened on Sunday morning in the Bahadurganj machine market. After 11 a.m. that day, Sub-Inspector Yadvesh Singh from the Sadar Bazar Kotwali Police Station went to the market with the soldiers on patrol and began to close the open shops for agricultural machinery and pump sets.
During that time, many shopkeepers announced that stores would open after receiving the DM’s written order from the organization’s group officials, but Daroga refused to see the WhatsApp message and asked for the printed copy of the order to be shown by DM. There was an argument about it on both sides.
When the warner warned of Challan, the businessmen were excited too. He talked about starting a movement in case of unnecessary harassment. In one such situation, a shopkeeper showed the inspector a copy of the DM order. The order did not include a time limit on the opening of agricultural machine shops, so the inspector returned to the shopkeepers warning them that they would be billed if the workshop would be open after noon.
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According to the guidelines of the government, the DM has given permission to open shops for agricultural products and essential services so that farms are not affected by the curfew in Corona. A copy of this DM order will be sent to all police officers so that business people will not have any more inconvenience in the future.
-Ramsevak Dwivedi, ADM administration

Shahjahanpur. On Sunday, excitement spread among the agricultural machinery dealers at the Bahadurganj Machinery Market when the policeman who arrived with the soldiers from the Bahadurganj Police Outpost began to close their shops. With that, the businessmen and the police started talking, and due to the crowd of people in the machine market, social distance was wired up.

Police officers later left after showing a photocopy of a businessman’s written order for DM.

On May 17, the DM gave the order to open shops for agricultural products, machines, implements, etc. After the affected business people had brought the copy to the officials of the trade organizations, they opened their facilities from the next day parallel to the shops with important goods such as food, fruit, vegetables, milk, etc.

As every day, all shops opened on Sunday morning in the Bahadurganj machine market. After 11 a.m. that day, Sub-Inspector Yadvesh Singh from the Sadar Bazar Kotwali Police Station went to the market with the soldiers on patrol and began to close the open shops for agricultural machinery and pump sets.

During that time, many shopkeepers announced that stores would open after receiving the DM’s written order from the organization’s group officials, but Daroga refused to see the WhatsApp message and asked for the printed copy of the order to be shown by DM. There was an argument about it on both sides.

When the warner warned of Challan, the businessmen were excited too. He talked about starting a movement in case of unnecessary harassment. In one such situation, a shopkeeper showed the inspector a copy of the DM order. The order did not include a time limit on the opening of agricultural machine shops, so the inspector returned to the shopkeepers warning them that they would be billed if the workshop would be open after noon.

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According to the guidelines of the government, the DM has given permission to open shops for agricultural products and essential services so that farms are not affected by the curfew in Corona. A copy of this DM order will be sent to all police officers so that business people will not have any more inconvenience in the future.

-Ramsevak Dwivedi, ADM administration

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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