Corona curfew – Corona curfew: 134 crores affected in 11 days

Lakhimpur Kheri The season of Sahalag continues. However, a curfew has been imposed in the province to break the chain of corona infection. A curfew was imposed on the first day to stop the speed of the corona. However, due to the number of infected people, the curfew has been increased to five days. The growing curfew in the wedding season is detrimental to business. Gold bars, groceries, automobiles, textiles, etc. have hit the market deeply. A turnover of 134 crores was hit in 11 days.
Last year, the Sahalag season was also destroyed by Kovid-19. Three months of blocking and subsequent restrictions on the wedding train in the activated shop. A similar state was created this year as well. Manglik’s work began on April 22nd. A few days later, the coronavirus began to wreak havoc. Given the speed of the transition, the government imposed a ban on the wedding procession. Even after that, when the number of infected people did not decrease, the yogi government imposed curfew for one day, then two days, and then three days. This week, however, the curfew for the Corona was extended to five days. In such a situation, if the market is closed for five days, it will only be open for two days. The five-day gang in the Sahalag season has created problems for business people. Traders say the wedding season is eagerly awaited because business is doing well. The demand for everything is increasing these days, but the five day curfew has ruined everything.
How much damage to business in Corona curfew
Automobiles – 200 million
Textile shop – 14 crore
Bullion Shop – 25 crores
Pottery – 15 crore
Grocery 60 crores
Estimated funds negotiated with various traders
A lot of clothes are bought at the wedding. In the Sahalag season, Corona began to wreak havoc again. Business is under curfew to break the chain. – Vikas Seth textile entrepreneur
Many utensils etc. are bought in Sahalag. However, due to Corona’s curfew, the market remained closed for about 11 days. There is little hope of opening up any further. This affects the business. – Crown Prince goods
Two- and four-wheelers sell more in Sahalag. However, like last year, the rising curfew after the start of Lagna has dwarfed the business this time around. – Desh Deepak Aggarwal automobile business

Lakhimpur Kheri The season of Sahalag continues. However, a curfew has been imposed in the province to break the chain of corona infection. A curfew was imposed on the first day to stop the speed of the corona. However, due to the number of infected people, the curfew has been increased to five days. The growing curfew in the wedding season is detrimental to business. Gold bars, groceries, automobiles, textiles, etc. have hit the market deeply. A turnover of 134 crores was hit in 11 days.

Last year, the Sahalag season was also destroyed by Kovid-19. Three months of blocking and subsequent restrictions on the wedding train in the activated shop. A similar state was created this year as well. Manglik’s work began on April 22nd. A few days later, the coronavirus began to wreak havoc. Given the speed of the transition, the government imposed a ban on the wedding procession. Even after that, when the number of infected people did not decrease, the yogi government imposed curfew for one day, then two days, and then three days. This week, however, the curfew for the Corona was extended to five days. In such a situation, if the market is closed for five days, it will only be open for two days. The five-day gang during the Sahalag season has created problems for business people. Traders say the wedding season is eagerly awaited because business is doing well. The demand for everything is increasing these days, but the five day curfew has ruined everything.

How much damage to business in Corona curfew

Automobiles – 200 million

Textile shop – 14 crore

Bullion Shop – 25 crores

Pottery – 15 crore

Grocery 60 crores

Estimated funds negotiated with various traders

A lot of clothes are bought at the wedding. In the Sahalag season, Corona began to wreak havoc again. Business is under curfew to break the chain. – Vikas Seth textile entrepreneur

Many utensils etc. are bought in Sahalag. However, due to Corona’s curfew, the market remained closed for about 11 days. There is little hope of opening up any further. This affects the business. – Crown Prince goods

Two- and four-wheelers sell more in Sahalag. However, like last year, the rising curfew after the start of Lagna has dwarfed the business this time around. – Desh Deepak Aggarwal automobile business

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