Corona Curfew: How to Buy Sahagal – Corona Curfew: How to Buy Sahalag

Eta The curfew for the corona has been extended again. Now it remains in effect until May 31st. While there is no ban on wedding ceremonies and sahalag, the problem in wedding houses is how to shop. Shops for clothes, jewelry, shoes, cosmetics, etc. are closed. On the other hand, dealers are also restless with the increasing blocking. Others call for trades to be opened by setting the time.
Sneak shopping
On the flip side, where traders are concerned about the long coronavirus curfew, the curfew is also causing problems for needy married home buyers. Traders secretly open stores. In addition to important items, other shops open in markets such as Ghantaghar, Bura Mandi, Manganj, Babuganj, etc. On Sunday, many shops were used in these markets. In the meantime, some police officers circled the market, the shutter fell and the traders moved here and the buyers also left the markets. After a while, the same situation happened again.
The sale takes place on request
In the Corona era, when the restrictions are in place and the markets are not fully open, all traders also take advantage of the opportunity. The stores that open there are arbitrarily priced. Shopkeepers sell goods at a higher price and cite police operations as coercion. In the absence of options, customers are also forced to purchase goods at the stated price.

Eta The curfew for the corona has been extended again. Now it remains in effect until May 31st. While there is no ban on wedding ceremonies and sahalag, the problem in wedding houses is how to shop. Shops for clothes, jewelry, shoes, cosmetics, etc. are closed. On the other hand, dealers are also restless with the increasing blocking. Others call for trades to be opened by setting the time.

Sneak shopping

On the flip side, where traders are concerned about the long coronavirus curfew, the curfew is also causing problems for needy married home buyers. Traders secretly open stores. In addition to important items, other shops open in markets such as Ghantaghar, Bura Mandi, Manganj, Babuganj, etc. On Sunday, many shops were used in these markets. In the meantime, some police officers circled the market, the shutter fell and the traders moved here and the buyers also left the markets. After a while, the same situation happened again.

The sale takes place on request

In the Corona era, when the restrictions are in place and the markets are not fully open, all traders also take advantage of the opportunity. The stores that open there are arbitrarily priced. Shopkeepers sell goods at a higher price and cite police operations as coercion. In the absence of options, customers are also forced to purchase goods at the stated price.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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