Dm, mask, Covid 19, shop, silver coin – market is buzzing 83 hours ago Castle

To tie. The 83-hour lock (Corona curfew) began on Friday evening at 8 p.m. It will stay until seven in the morning on Tuesday. On Friday in front of the lock there was a good crowd that day. The people seemed to take care of their needs. 80 percent of the customers who came to the market wore masks. However, no social distancing followed.
As soon as the curfew for Corona began, the horns of police officers and administrative officials buzzed on the streets of the Mandal headquarters. The district judge’s order states that no one is allowed to travel during the curfew except those associated with essential services. Meanwhile, given Friday’s 83-hour curfew, the market was busy during the day. There were a lot of customers in the stores because of Sahalag. Shoppers gathered in the textile shops to prepare for oath. Most people wore masks. Most of the crowds could be seen in drug stores and grocery stores. However, social distance did not follow here. The mussels weren’t made outside of the stores either.
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Shopkeepers stayed silver
The shopkeepers had a lot of silver prior to the 83 hour curfew. The shopkeepers ran out of stocks. Rojedars also collected Sahari and Iftar items for three days. The shops in Sindwai and Khajur etc were overcrowded. The shopkeepers also acted violently, turning a disaster into an opportunity. This time, due to the allotted time, the satisfaction was also visible on people’s faces. However, it also showed the fear of punishment if the mask was not used.
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It will be allowed
Traffic is permitted to essential services / three tier panchayat general counting parties, agents, health, cleanliness staff, newspaper distributors / media staff, etc.
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Punishment if not masked
The bid of the masks is guaranteed in urban and rural areas. Failure to comply will result in a fine of Rs 1000 and a second catch a fine of Rs 10,000.
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Conditional marriage permission
50 people in closed rooms and 100 people in open rooms with masks allowed at the wedding ceremony. The identity card is valid as an ID for pre-determined examinations. Transport Corporation buses are allowed to carry 50 percent of the passengers. 20 people are allowed to attend the funeral. Print and electronic media are allowed for introduction.
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Action in the event of a rule violation
Penalties will be taken under the Disaster Management Act and IPC against anyone who breaks the rules during the 83-hour lockdown / curfew. The DM ordered all police station chiefs to obey the rules in their area during the curfew.

To tie. The 83-hour lock (Corona curfew) began on Friday evening at 8 p.m. It will stay until seven in the morning on Tuesday. On Friday in front of the lock there was a good crowd that day. The people seemed to take care of their needs. 80 percent of the customers who came to the market wore masks. However, no social distancing followed.

As soon as the curfew for Corona began, the horns of police officers and administrative officials buzzed on the streets of the Mandal headquarters. The district judge’s order states that no one is allowed to travel during the curfew except those associated with essential services. Meanwhile, given Friday’s 83-hour curfew, the market was busy during the day. There were a lot of customers in the stores because of Sahalag. Buyers also gathered in the textile stores to prepare for oath. Most people wore masks. Most of the crowds could be seen in drug stores and grocery stores. However, social distance did not follow here. The mussels weren’t made outside of the stores either.

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Shopkeepers stayed silver

The shopkeepers had a lot of silver prior to the 83 hour curfew. The shopkeepers ran out of stocks. Rojedars also collected Sahari and Iftar items for three days. The shops in Sindwai and Khajur etc were overcrowded. The shopkeepers also acted violently, turning a disaster into an opportunity. This time, due to the allotted time, the satisfaction was also visible on people’s faces. However, it also showed the fear of punishment if the mask was not used.

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It will be allowed

Traffic is permitted to essential services / three tier panchayat general counting parties, agents, health, cleanliness staff, newspaper distributors / media staff, etc.

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Punishment if not masked

The bid of the masks is guaranteed in urban and rural areas. Failure to comply will result in a fine of Rs 1000 and a second catch a fine of Rs 10,000.

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Conditional marriage permission

50 people in closed rooms and 100 people in open rooms with masks allowed at the wedding ceremony. The identity card is valid as an ID for pre-determined examinations. Transport Corporation buses are allowed to carry 50 percent of the passengers. 20 people are allowed to attend the funeral. Print and electronic media are allowed for introduction.

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Action in the event of a rule violation

Penalties will be taken under the Disaster Management Act and IPC against anyone who breaks the rules during the 83-hour lockdown / curfew. The DM ordered all police station chiefs to obey the rules in their area during the curfew.

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