Corona Curfew Fleeced, markets partially open

Mirzapur government extended the weekly detention by two days under Corona curfew, but there was no visible impact on the markets. The shops in most markets stayed open in the morning. In some markets, shutters fell in the afternoon after police vehicles passed by, but shops remained partially open. People gave goods to the customer in the store. In some stores, large numbers of people had gathered in the store. There were crowds of people in every major market in the city.
Last Friday there was a weekly lockdown on Monday morning until 7 a.m. Which the government extended by two days. Thereafter, the lockdown went into effect until 7 a.m. on Thursday. Another two-day arrest warrant was also issued by the district administration, but the effects of the weekly lockdown in the city were not seen on Tuesday morning. In the morning, stores were opened in the markets of Rambagh, Sankatmochan, Vasliganj, Ghantaghar, Ganeshganj, Mukeri Bazar, Gudhatti, etc. Neither the shopkeeper nor the customer seemed to be obeying the lockdown and covid rules. The police car drove through the markets due to complaints of market congestion and the shops’ shutters fell for some time, but the markets remained partially open. People opened the cap and gave the goods to the customer inside. Large numbers of people stayed in textile stores. The markets in Mukeri Bazar and Gudhatti in town remained open. Crowds gathered. Police were nowhere seen after the lockdown.
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Crowds can also be seen in the ghats
Mirzapur After the evening there is a crowd in the ghats of the city. There is a ban on detaining prisoners. When there is no necessary work you have to stay in the houses, even then people come to the ghats to run around and walk. They sit next to each other and talk.

Mirzapur government extended the weekly detention by two days under Corona curfew, but there was no visible impact on the markets. The shops in most markets stayed open in the morning. In some markets, shutters fell in the afternoon after police vehicles passed by, but shops remained partially open. People gave goods to the customer in the store. In some stores, large numbers of people had gathered in the store. There were crowds of people in every major market in the city.

Last Friday there was a weekly lockdown on Monday morning until 7 a.m. Which the government extended by two days. Thereafter, the lockdown went into effect until 7 a.m. on Thursday. Another two-day arrest warrant was also issued by the district administration, but the effects of the weekly lockdown in the city were not seen on Tuesday morning. In the morning, stores were opened in the markets of Rambagh, Sankatmochan, Vasliganj, Ghantaghar, Ganeshganj, Mukeri Bazar, Gudhatti, etc. Neither the shopkeeper nor the customer seemed to be obeying the lockdown and covid rules. The police car drove through the markets due to complaints of market congestion and the shops’ shutters fell for some time but the markets remained partially open. People opened the cap and gave the goods to the customer inside. Large numbers of people stayed in textile stores. The markets in Mukeri Bazar and Gudhatti in town remained open. Crowds gathered. Police were nowhere seen after the lockdown.

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Crowds can also be seen in the ghats

Mirzapur After the evening there is a crowd in the ghats of the city. There is a ban on detaining prisoners. When there is no necessary work you have to stay in the houses, even then people come to the ghats to run around and walk. They sit next to each other and talk.

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