Closure Ka Dikha Asar – Effects of the closure, fewer vehicles on the roads

Silent silence at the city’s busy SSP intersection
– Photo: ETAWHA

Etawah markets and stores were completely closed on the second day of the lockdown. The movement of people going to essential work continued. The entire market was closed except for the chemists. Most of the people did not come out of their homes. Small numbers of people were seen taking to the streets on Sunday. The movement of vehicles in small numbers lasted until the afternoon.
Traffic on the main routes continued
Fill With the exception of the essential goods stores on the city’s main streets, other stores remained closed. However, the movement of vehicles continued on the main routes. There were handcuffs with fruit and vegetables near the Usrahar bus station in Baluganj. In addition to the bike and the car, people were seen on the main Bajaja Line crossing at 10:20 am. Shops in Sabzi Mandi stayed closed at 10:30 am, but some shopkeepers kept walking around.
At 1:25 p.m. in front of the Dan Sahay Temple on Bharthana-Bidhuna Road, fruit, juice, etc. were handpicked on the main road. However, as soon as he heard the horn of the police vehicle, people took to the street. At 1:45 p.m., car stands were seen next to the fruit trucks near the railway gate in Motiganj on Bharthana-Bakewar Road. The nearby shops at the Etawah-Bidhuna bus stop remained closed at 2:05 p.m.
Markets and neighborhoods were redeveloped in Bakwer and Lakhna
Carefree. The staff from Nagar Panchayat Bakewar and Lakhana has rehabilitated the markets. Nagar Panchayat Bakewar executive officer Ajay Kumar said sanitation was being carried out on all four main routes, Etawah Road, Auraiya Road, Bharthana Road and Lakhna Road in Bakewar City. In Mohallas the drains were cleaned and disinfectants were made.
Devendra Singh, executive officer of Lakhna Nagar Panchayat, said that along with the disinfection in the main market, the drains on the main street sides of the market were cleaned.
Made people aware
Maheva. The streets stayed silent when the market stayed closed. Movement of people and vehicles was also less frequent. Despite the growing corona infection on the one hand, some people can still be seen without a mask. Jakendra Pratap Singh, in charge of the Bakewar Police Station, continued to appeal to the loudspeakers in the villages of Maheva, Aheripur, Niwadikala, Behera, Ludhiyani etc. to keep people indoors.

Fruit and vegetable carts set up under the Bharthana Nagar area during the lockdown– Photo: ETAWHA

Etawah markets and stores remained completely closed on the second day of the lockdown. The movement of people going to essential work continued. The entire market was closed except for the chemists. Most of the people did not come out of their homes. Small numbers of people were seen taking to the streets on Sunday. The movement of vehicles in small numbers lasted until the afternoon.

Traffic on the main routes continued

Fill With the exception of the essential goods stores on the city’s main streets, other stores remained closed. However, the movement of vehicles continued on the main routes. There were handcuffs with fruit and vegetables near the Usrahar bus station in Baluganj. In addition to the bike and the car, people were seen on the main Bajaja Line crossing at 10:20 am. Shops in Sabzi Mandi stayed closed at 10:30 am, but some shopkeepers kept walking around.

At 1:25 p.m. in front of the Dan Sahay Temple on Bharthana-Bidhuna Road, fruit, juice, etc. were handpicked on the main road. However, as soon as he heard the horn of the police vehicle, people took to the street. At 1:45 p.m., car stands were seen next to the fruit trucks near the railway gate in Motiganj on Bharthana-Bakewar Road. The nearby shops at the Etawah-Bidhuna bus stop remained closed at 2:05 p.m.

Markets and neighborhoods were redeveloped in Bakwer and Lakhna

Carefree. The staff from Nagar Panchayat Bakewar and Lakhana has rehabilitated the markets. Nagar Panchayat Bakewar’s chief executive Ajay Kumar said sanitation was being carried out on all four main routes, Etawah Road, Auraiya Road, Bharthana Road and Lakhna Road in Bakewar City. In Mohallas the drains were cleaned and disinfectants were made.

Devendra Singh, executive officer of Lakhna Nagar Panchayat, said that along with the disinfection in the main market, the drains on the main street sides of the market were cleaned.

Made people aware

Maheva. The streets stayed silent when the market stayed closed. Movement of people and vehicles was also less frequent. Despite the growing corona infection on the one hand, some people can still be seen without a mask. Jakendra Pratap Singh, in charge of the Bakewar Police Station, continued to appeal to the loudspeakers in the villages of Maheva, Aheripur, Niwadikala, Bahera, Ludhiyani, etc. to keep people indoors.

    Fruit and vegetable carts set up in the Bharthana Nagar area during the lockdown

Fruit and vegetable carts set up in the Bharthana Nagar area during the lockdown– Photo: ETAWHA

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