Corona curfew: 32 people billed without masks, four shops also in order

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Baliya. In order to contain the corona infection, the government implemented the corona curfew, while the markets are still negligent. The police showed strictness on Wednesday, which left the market deserted, but some shopkeepers continued to buy and sell by secretly opening shops. However, it is no longer visible where there used to be shops in the markets and squares right up to the sidewalk. On the other hand, while the police attacked 32 people without masks and fined 17,500 rupees, the community charged four businesses and recovered a fine of 8,000 rupees.
To contain the corona infection, the state government has extended the corona curfew until May 31. During this period, orders were issued to close all types of business except essential services. In addition, strict measures have been taken in the event of unnecessary vacations during the curfew. Even so, the markets get overcrowded. Social distancing is also wired in the vegetable market. Apart from that, in many places shops remained open besides essential services and people kept shopping. From the city’s station street to Chowk Shaheed Park, Lohapatti, Gudri Bazar, Bada Gadha, Cinema Road, Aryasamaj Road, Kasim Bazar, Vishunipur etc. there was a huge crowd in the markets. However, on Wednesday the police showed some severity and once the deadline for essential services was up, the police began to show severity. Police circled the markets where shops were closed and many were also fined. On the other hand, due to the Corona curfew, there is no longer a network of shops on the platforms at large markets and crossings.

Baliya. In order to contain the corona infection, the government implemented the corona curfew, while the markets are still negligent. The police showed strictness on Wednesday, which left the market deserted, but some shopkeepers continued to buy and sell by secretly opening shops. However, it is no longer visible where there used to be shops in the markets and squares right up to the sidewalk. On the other hand, while the police attacked 32 people without masks and fined 17,500 rupees, the community charged four businesses and recovered a fine of 8,000 rupees.

To contain the corona infection, the state government has extended the corona curfew until May 31. During this period, orders were issued to close all types of business except essential services. In addition, strict measures have been taken in the event of unnecessary vacations during the curfew. Even so, the markets get overcrowded. Social distancing is also wired in the vegetable market. Apart from that, in many places shops remained open besides essential services and people kept shopping. From the city’s station street to Chowk Shaheed Park, Lohapatti, Gudri Bazar, Bada Gadha, Cinema Road, Aryasamaj Road, Kasim Bazar, Vishunipur etc. there was a huge crowd in the markets. However, on Wednesday the police showed some severity and once the deadline for essential services was up, the police began to show severity. Police circled the markets where shops were closed and many were also fined. On the other hand, due to the Corona curfew, there is no longer a network of shops on the platforms at large markets and crossings.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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