Crowd in markets, follow restaurant guidelines

Crowd gathered for shopping in Nehru market
– Photo: SAHARANPUR

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Saharapur. In addition to the market, restaurants have also opened and the opening times have also been extended. The markets of the metropolis are crowded all day. At the same time, restaurant operators are ditching customers by following government guidelines, but currently the number of customers is lower. On the other hand, the police are also taking action on the grounds of negligence.
Social distancing is not observed in the markets
On Tuesday, crowds could be seen around the Chowk Fountain, Sabzi, Mandi, Morganj Bazar, Shaheedganj Bazar, Nehru Market, Shriram Chowk, Pratap Market and Ghantaghar in the old town of the metropolis all day long. A similar situation has also been observed on Court Road and Bajoria Road. People didn’t obey social distancing in stores.
Empty during the day, customers arrive at the restaurant in the evening
There are many restaurants on Court Road. No people were seen here during the day, but in the evening people come to the restaurant with the family to have dinner. Provisions have been made by the restaurant owners for thermal screening and disinfection, as well as social distancing. Sardar Gurmehar Singh, the restaurant operator on Court Road and the Metropolitan President of All India Industry Board of Trade, Sardar Taranjit Singh, the operator of the hotel on Ambala Road, says the market is open until nine at night but people, those who come to the restaurant or hotel to eat are still much less. Hopefully business will be good for the next few days.
Care should be taken to avoid the third wave: traders
Ravi Juneja, Metropolitan General Secretary of Saharanpur Industries Business Delegation Board, says business is also necessary, but also necessary to avoid the third wave of corona. In such a situation, with everyone’s coordination, it will be possible. The markets are neglectful in places, but the traffic jams make them crowded. Business leader Amit Garg says everyone must adhere to government policy to win the corona epidemic together.
More than two thousand challans, many cases were also recorded
In one month, 2354 people were charged by the police for violating the Corona guidelines and fines were also collected. In the past, around 40 cases have been registered by the police since the Corona curfew.
Permission to open gym
Operators are upset because the gym won’t open. Gym operators Suhail Rana, Gaurav Kapil, Ashutosh Singhal, Sardar Manpreet Singh and Sameer Mittal say the government administration should also allow the gym to open. The employment of gym operators has ended after the lockdown last year and now the corona curfew. He asked the administration to open the gym in compliance with the guidelines.
On behalf of the police, people in the markets are called upon to adhere to the guidelines. Citizens and business people should follow the instructions. The police will continue to act for negligence. – Rajesh Kumar, SP City

Crowds gathered to shop in the Nehru market, the social distance was blown away– Photo: SAHARANPUR

Ravi Juneja

Ravi Juneja– Photo: SAHARANPUR

Amit Garg

Amit Garg– Photo: SAHARANPUR

Sardar Taranjit Singh

Sardar Taranjit Singh– Photo: SAHARANPUR

Suhail Rana

Suhail Rana– Photo: SAHARANPUR

Sardar Gurmehar Singh

Sardar Gurmehar Singh– Photo: SAHARANPUR

Sardar Manpreet Singh

Sardar Manpreet Singh– Photo: SAHARANPUR

Ashutosh Singhal

Ashutosh Singhal– Photo: SAHARANPUR

After the weekly shutdown, the crowds jammed Chakrata Street in the fully open markets

After the weekly shutdown, the crowds jammed Chakrata Street in the fully open markets– Photo: SAHARANPUR

Saharapur. In addition to the market, restaurants have also opened and the opening times have also been extended. The markets of the metropolis are crowded all day. At the same time, restaurant operators are ditching customers by following government guidelines, but currently the number of customers is lower. On the other hand, the police are also taking action on the grounds of negligence.

Social distancing is not observed in the markets

On Tuesday, crowds could be seen around the Chowk Fountain, Sabzi, Mandi, Morganj Bazar, Shaheedganj Bazar, Nehru Market, Shriram Chowk, Pratap Market and Ghantaghar in the old town of the metropolis all day long. A similar situation has also been observed on Court Road and Bajoria Road. People didn’t obey social distancing in stores.

Empty during the day, customers arrive at the restaurant in the evening

There are many restaurants on Court Road. No people were seen here during the day, but in the evening people come to the restaurant with the family to have dinner. Provisions have been made by the restaurant owners for thermal screening and disinfection, as well as social distancing. Sardar Gurmehar Singh, the restaurant operator on Court Road and the Metropolitan President of All India Industry Board of Trade, Sardar Taranjit Singh, the operator of the hotel on Ambala Road, says the market is open until nine at night but people, those who come to the restaurant or hotel to eat are still much less. Hopefully business will be good for the next few days.

Care should be taken to avoid the third wave: traders

Ravi Juneja, Metropolitan General Secretary of Saharanpur Industries Business Delegation Board, says business is also necessary, but also necessary to avoid the third wave of corona. In such a situation, with everyone’s coordination, it will be possible. The markets are neglectful in places, but the traffic jams make them crowded. Business leader Amit Garg says everyone must adhere to government policy to win the corona epidemic together.

More than two thousand challans, many cases were also recorded

In one month, 2354 people were charged by the police for violating the Corona guidelines and fines were also collected. In the past, around 40 cases have been registered by the police since the Corona curfew.

Permission to open gym

Operators are upset because the gym won’t open. Gym operators Suhail Rana, Gaurav Kapil, Ashutosh Singhal, Sardar Manpreet Singh and Sameer Mittal say the government administration should also allow the gym to open. The employment of gym operators has ended after the lockdown last year and now the corona curfew. He asked the administration to open the gym in compliance with the guidelines.

On behalf of the police, people in the markets are called upon to adhere to the guidelines. Citizens and business people should follow the instructions. The police will continue to act for negligence. – Rajesh Kumar, SP City

Crowds gathered to shop in the Nehru market, the social distance was blown away

Crowds gathered to shop in the Nehru market, the social distance was blown away– Photo: SAHARANPUR

Ravi Juneja

Ravi Juneja– Photo: SAHARANPUR

Amit Garg

Amit Garg– Photo: SAHARANPUR

Sardar Taranjit Singh

Sardar Taranjit Singh– Photo: SAHARANPUR

Suhail Rana

Suhail Rana– Photo: SAHARANPUR

Sardar Gurmehar Singh

Sardar Gurmehar Singh– Photo: SAHARANPUR

Sardar Manpreet Singh

Sardar Manpreet Singh– Photo: SAHARANPUR

Ashutosh Singhal

Ashutosh Singhal– Photo: SAHARANPUR

After the weekly shutdown, the crowds jammed Chakrata Street in the fully open markets

After the weekly shutdown, the crowds jammed Chakrata Street in the fully open markets– Photo: SAHARANPUR

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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