Civic Amenities – Increasing emergencies in the corona curfew Business people, ordinary man

Shahjahanpur. Not only are the vendors angry with the corona curfew being extended to May 31st for the fourth year in a row, the common people are wandering around for food and other things they need.
In the curfew, people can only buy these items when essential goods, textile stores, power tools, shoes, cement, hardware, etc. are closed. What is special is that the business people associated with all these companies have also asked the officials to open shift shops several times. People say that due to the closure of stores, they are not getting access to all everyday necessities and it interferes with their essential work. Many problems came to light when he spoke to ordinary people, including business people.
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There were hopes to open the market due to the reduction in corona infection cases, but the curfew has been extended again for a week. Due to the unavailability of iron, cement, morang, gravel, etc., people are forced to stop construction. Despite the business crisis, employees have to pay salaries on a regular basis. Therefore, permission should be given to open hardware shops.
Nazim Khan, cement and hardware practitioner
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After Holi, the demand for fans, coolers, refrigerators, air conditioners, etc. increases once the summer season starts. Like last year, the season of sales of electrical and electronic devices fell on Corona after Holi. Everyone’s faults and household wiring have been damaged, but they will not be fixed.
-Pankaj Tandon, electrical and electronics retailer
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It is mandatory to put a curfew on Korana control, but the government should give all businesses an exemption. Due to the closure of the store, many people want to buy e-rickshaws and other small vehicles that carry goods for a living, but the government does not allow auto installations to be opened. This does a lot of damage to the business.
-Tanu Aggarwal, electric rickshaw businessman
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Two-wheelers have become an everyday necessity and no family can work without them. People are upset about the vehicles that are driving on the streets because all the workshops are closed. Because of this, the Mistry and workshop workers have lost their income and their families are facing a financial crisis.
-Mukesh Kumar, Bicycle Mistry
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If the lightbulb melts in the house, it will be in the area, from grocery stores to general stores, but no store was found that was open when it went to market to pick up the tainted desk fan lanyard. Just offering food and drink will not work, as other things will be needed for daily family work.
-Poonam Devi, housewife
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The government needs to watch out for the loss of business due to the closure of shops and the deteriorating economic condition of the people who work in the shops. The businessman whose job is stopped, how long can he pay his home-based co-workers. When people like us get a salary for the month of May, it’s going to be a big deal because the store is closed for a month.
-Anand Kumar, salesman

Shahjahanpur. Not only are the traders upset about the extension of the Corona curfew for the fourth year in a row to May 31, but ordinary people are also wandering to get food and other things they need.

In the curfew, people can only buy these items when essential goods, textile stores, power tools, shoes, cement, hardware, etc. are closed. What is special is that the business people associated with all these companies have also asked the officials to open shift shops several times. People say that due to the closure of stores, they are not getting access to all everyday necessities and it interferes with their essential work. Many problems came to light when he spoke to ordinary people, including business people.

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There were hopes of opening the market due to the reduction in corona infection cases, but the curfew has been extended again for a week. Due to the unavailability of iron, cement, morang, gravel, etc., people are forced to stop construction. Despite the recession, employees have to pay salaries on a regular basis. Therefore, permission should be given to open hardware shops.

Nazim Khan, cement and hardware practitioner

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After Holi, the demand for fans, coolers, refrigerators, air conditioners, etc. increases once the summer season starts. Like last year, the season of sales of electrical and electronic devices fell on Corona after Holi. Everyone’s faults and household wiring have been damaged, but they will not be fixed.

-Pankaj Tandon, electrical and electronics retailer

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It is mandatory to put a curfew on Korana control, but the government should give all businesses an exemption. Due to the closure of the store, many people want to buy e-rickshaws and other small vehicles that carry goods for a living, but the government does not allow auto installations to be opened. This does a lot of damage to the business.

-Tanu Aggarwal, electric rickshaw businessman

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Two-wheelers have become an everyday necessity and no family works without them. People are upset about the vehicles that are driving on the streets because all the workshops are closed. Because of this, the Mistry and workshop workers have lost their income and their families are facing a financial crisis.

-Mukesh Kumar, Bicycle Mistry

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If the lightbulb melts in the house, it will be in the area, from grocery stores to general stores, but no store was found that was open when it went to market to pick up the tainted desk fan lanyard. Just offering food and drink will not work, as other things will be needed for daily family work.

-Poonam Devi, housewife

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The government needs to watch out for the loss of business due to the closure of shops and the deteriorating economic condition of the people who work in the shops. The businessman whose work is stalling, how long can he pay his home-based co-workers. When people like us get a salary for the month of May, it’s going to be a big deal because the store is closed for a month.

-Anand Kumar, salesman

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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