Corona – Traders collide with the opening of shops in Corona curfew

Kadaura. The shopkeepers clashed to open stores in Corona’s curfew, causing panic in the market. Officers and policemen who came to the information reassured the businessmen by persuading them. The SHO says that during the curfew, you are only allowed to open stores with essential goods. All stores except essential services are opened, action is taken.
In light of the corona epidemic, the government has imposed a curfew on corona and given permission to open stores with important goods. Despite the Corona curfew, some textile retailers opened stores in the city’s main market and sold clothes to customers.Then other retailers made a video of it and went viral on social media, complaining to SDM Kalpi.
Businesspeople clashed after learning about the video posted on social media. The controversy reached a growing dispute. The officer in charge, Sunil Kumar Singh, and the inspector in charge, Jitendra Kumar Singh, got the information and convinced the dealers to calm the matter down. Executive officer Sunil Kumar Singh said a list of traders opening stores will be submitted soon. The announcement is made continuously on the train from Nagar Panchayat. The inspector in charge, Jitendra Kumar Singh, said that Tahrir has not yet been found. As soon as Tahrir is found, action will be taken.

Kadaura. The shopkeepers clashed to open stores in Corona’s curfew, causing panic in the market. Officers and policemen who came to the information reassured the businessmen by persuading them. The SHO says that during the curfew, you are only allowed to open stores with essential goods. All stores except essential services are opened, action is taken.

In light of the corona epidemic, the government has imposed a curfew on corona and given permission to open stores with important goods. Despite the Corona curfew, some textile retailers opened stores in the city’s main market and sold clothes to customers.Then other retailers made a video of it and went viral on social media, complaining to SDM Kalpi.

Businesspeople clashed after learning about the video posted on social media. The controversy reached a growing dispute. The officer in charge, Sunil Kumar Singh, and the inspector in charge, Jitendra Kumar Singh, got the information and convinced the dealers to calm the matter down. Executive officer Sunil Kumar Singh said a list of traders opening stores will be submitted soon. The announcement is made continuously on the train from Nagar Panchayat. The inspector in charge, Jitendra Kumar Singh, said that Tahrir has not yet been found. As soon as Tahrir is found, action will be taken.

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