Corona Curfew: Negligence in markets, arbitrarily on the streets – Corona Curfew: Negligence in markets, arbitrarily on the streets

Baliya. At the direction of the government to prevent Corona, District Judge Aditi Singh issued a lock order from eight a.m. on Friday evening to seven a.m. on Tuesday morning. In the meantime, the government extended its term until Thursday morning. But on the fourth day, the shopkeepers made people a lot of arbitrariness. While the shopkeepers continued to shop and sell by opening a gate in the markets, shopkeepers were seen selling vegetables at Sabzi Mandi, which was below the bridge, where a crowd of customers flocked to shop. While the stores with important goods are expected to be open for a few hours. But this cannot be seen in the district. Someone complained to the city council. After that, the city judge assured that measures will be taken soon. The roads were so random that the traffic jam situation persisted.
Crowds of customers gathered as soon as the store opened
Beltharode. A large crowd gathered during the Corona curfew, along with medicines, milk, vegetables and the grocery store that opened on Tuesday. After the grocery store opened, stores opened for other goods, and movement in the city increased. During this time, social distancing was shown in stores and many people did not wear masks. After the news of the grocery store opening, people came out and bought some goods.
The administration closed the shops during the Corona curfew
Navanagar Despite Corona curfew at Nagar Panchayat Sikanderpur, the Tehsil administration was in an active mood and closed stores after some stores were open and people were overcrowded.
In the order of government, only stores with essential services are opened. Even so, a few other stores opened in the city on Tuesday. As soon as it was known, Deputy District Judge Abhay Kumar Singh reached the market, closed the shops and strictly warned the unmasked people. Meanwhile, the police also showed severity. The SDM was accompanied by Amarjit Yadav, the responsible outpost of Sikanderpur, and the police officers.
The police closed open shops
Lalganj After the Corona curfew was imposed, the chief of the Dokti Police Station, Amit Kumar Singh, visited the area on Tuesday. During this time, several stores were found open that were closed under strict instructions. While wandering the markets unnecessarily without a mask, they instructed people that punitive action would be taken against them if the store was opened during the reopening and those found to be wandering unnecessarily without a mask. The SHO appealed to dealers that everyone should strictly adhere to the guidelines for global epidemics.

Baliya. At the direction of the government to prevent Corona, District Judge Aditi Singh issued a lock order from eight a.m. on Friday evening to seven a.m. on Tuesday morning. In the meantime, the government extended its term until Thursday morning. But on the fourth day, the shopkeepers made people a lot of arbitrariness. While the shopkeepers continued to shop and sell by opening a gate in the markets, shopkeepers were seen selling vegetables at Sabzi Mandi, which was below the bridge, where a crowd of customers flocked to shop. While the stores with important goods are expected to be open for a few hours. But this cannot be seen in the district. Someone complained to the city council. After that, the city judge assured that measures will be taken soon. The roads were so random that the traffic jam situation persisted.

Crowds of customers gathered as soon as the store opened

Beltharode. A large crowd gathered during the Corona curfew, along with medicines, milk, vegetables and the grocery store that opened on Tuesday. After the grocery store opened, stores opened for other goods, and movement in the city increased. During this time, social distancing was shown in stores and many people did not wear masks. After the news of the grocery store opening, people came out and bought some goods.

The administration closed the shops during the Corona curfew

Navanagar Despite Corona curfew at Nagar Panchayat Sikanderpur, the Tehsil administration was in an active mood and closed stores after some stores were open and people were overcrowded.

In the order of government, only stores with essential services are opened. Even so, a few other stores opened in the city on Tuesday. As soon as it was known, Deputy District Judge Abhay Kumar Singh reached the market, closed the shops and strictly warned the unmasked people. Meanwhile, the police also showed severity. The SDM was accompanied by Amarjit Yadav, the responsible outpost of Sikanderpur, and the police officers.

The police closed open shops

Lalganj After the curfew for Corona was imposed on Tuesday, the chief of the Dokti police station, Amit Kumar Singh, visited the area. During this time, several stores were found open that were closed under strict instructions. While wandering the markets unnecessarily without a mask, they instructed people that punitive action would be taken against them if the store was opened during the reopening and those found to be wandering unnecessarily without a mask. The SHO appealed to dealers that everyone should strictly adhere to the guidelines for global epidemics.

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