Corona Cerfew fails in Ballia – Corona curfew neutralized despite police strictures

Baliya. Although the government is extending the curfew for the Corona until May 24, the effect is not visible to the public. Alam is that people walk the streets and markets like on normal days. On Friday, the jurisdictions continued to march through the city streets to enforce the Corona curfew, but the state of shops in the market appeared to be worsening after leaving the police convoy. Although the infection rate in the district has decreased in the past two days despite his initiative, people are unwilling to seek advice.
In order to control the corona infection, the state government is extending the duration of the corona curfew. So that the corona can effectively break the chain of infection. During this time, instructions were given to close all types of business except essential services. In addition, strict measures were ordered against the unnecessary exit during the curfew. However, the effects of this arrangement, which has been implemented over the past fourteen days, are not yet visible in the city. On Friday when CO City Vikramjit Singh came out onto the city streets, he was stunned to see the market. During this time, our relatives appealed to the shopkeepers to close the shop. Some of them closed when they saw the police, but as soon as the police convoy moved forward, they began to open stores and act arbitrarily.
During the corona curfew imposed by the government, there is a huge rush in the markets to combat the uncontrollable corona infection and reduce the number of patients infected every day. There was such a large crowd on the market on Friday that social distancing also occurred. The situation has remained more or less the same on all stretches of the city. Alam was that in addition to the necessary services in the market, other shops were open and people continued to shop. One opened the back door of the shop and one closed the lock outside the shop and kept the goods open by opening the side gate or window. There was a large crowd from Station Road to Chowk Shaheed Park, Lohapatti, Gudaribazar, Bada Gadha, Cinema Road, Aryasamaj Road, Kasim Bazar, Vishunipur, etc. However, in the afternoon the police stormed the bazaars and warned the shopkeepers by closing the open shops. Aside from reprimanding those who came from unnecessary houses and asked them to go to the houses.
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41 invoices are deducted if no masks are used
Samvad News Agency
Baliya. To curb corona infection and enforce the curfew, police, led by bailiff Nagar Vikramjit Singh, appeared in full on Friday and warned many shopkeepers while also cutting bills to the first people without Moscow. Police warned drivers that if the drive exceeded the standard, the drive would not be good. The police charged 41 unmasked and 21 vehicles. In this regard, CO town Vikramjit Singh said that measures will continue against those violating the Corona curfew.
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Baliya. Although the government is extending the curfew for the Corona until May 24, the effect is not visible to the public. Alam is that people walk the streets and markets like on normal days. On Friday, the jurisdictions continued to march through the city streets to enforce the Corona curfew, but the state of shops in the market appeared to be worsening after leaving the police convoy. Although the infection rate in the district has decreased in the past two days despite his initiative, people are unwilling to seek advice.

In order to control the corona infection, the state government is extending the duration of the corona curfew. So that the corona can effectively break the chain of infection. During this time, instructions were given to close all types of business except essential services. In addition, strict measures were ordered against the unnecessary exit during the curfew. However, the effects of this arrangement, which has been implemented over the past fourteen days, are not yet visible in the city. On Friday when CO City Vikramjit Singh came out onto the city streets, he was stunned to see the market. During this time, our relatives appealed to the shopkeepers to close the shop. Some of them closed when they saw the police, but as soon as the police convoy moved forward, they began to open stores and act arbitrarily.

During the corona curfew imposed by the government, there is a huge rush in the markets to combat the uncontrollable corona infection and reduce the number of patients infected every day. On Friday, the crowd in the market was so great that social distancing occurred as well. The situation has remained more or less the same on all stretches of the city. Alam was that in addition to the necessary services in the market, other shops were open and people continued to shop. One opened the back door of the shop and one closed the lock outside the shop and kept the goods open by opening the side gate or window. There was a large crowd from Station Road to Chowk Shaheed Park, Lohapatti, Gudaribazar, Bada Gadha, Cinema Road, Aryasamaj Road, Kasim Bazar, Vishunipur, etc. However, in the afternoon, police stormed the markets and closed the store to warn the shopkeepers. Aside from reprimanding those who came from unnecessary houses and asked them to go to the houses.

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41 invoices are deducted if no masks are used

Samvad News Agency

Baliya. To curb corona infection and enforce the curfew, police, led by bailiff Nagar Vikramjit Singh, appeared in full on Friday and warned many shopkeepers while also cutting bills to the first people without Moscow. Police warned drivers that if the drive exceeded the standard, the drive would not be good. The police charged 41 unmasked and 21 vehicles. In this regard, CO town Vikramjit Singh said that measures will continue against those violating the Corona curfew.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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