Effects of the three-day lockdown, crowds gathered in the market

Barabanki people are busy preparing for any type of problem during the three day lockdown. In the markets, which stretched from the city to the rural areas, there were a multitude of shoppers buying essential goods from dawn to dusk.
At the same time, the police completed preparations for the lockdown and put up barriers. In such a situation, if someone is found wandering outside the home for no reason, action will be taken against them as well.
A three-day lockdown has now been imposed across the state instead of a two-day lockdown. Underneath, there will be a lockdown from eight a.m. on Friday night to seven in the morning and people will stay in their homes. During this time, exemption is only granted to those who are engaged in essential work and go to hospital, etc.
During the three day lockdown, people were preparing for it all day so there was no problem. In the city there were a lot of shopkeepers in the main market between Naka Satrikh to Dhanokhar and Ghantaghar.
Similarly, in the rural areas of the district, Zaidpur, Hydergarh, Ramnagar, Ramsnehighat, Fatehpur, Kursi, Badosarai, Deva, Safdarganj, Bhitaria, Kothi, Subhaha, Satrikh, Deviganj, etc., there were a number of buyers. This lockdown is imposed by the government to help lessen the coronavirus outbreak.
Police barriers have also been installed in various locations from the city to the rural areas where people are screened and action taken against them for no reason.
During the three-day lockdown, only vehicles and people connected to essential services are allowed to get out. When someone wanders around the street unnecessarily, action is taken. People stay in their homes and follow the rules to avoid the covids.
Yamuna Prasad, Sp

Barabanki people are busy preparing for any type of problem during the three day lockdown. In the markets from the city to the rural areas, a crowd of shopkeepers with important goods could be seen in the shops from morning to evening.

At the same time, the police completed preparations for the lockdown and put up barriers. In such a situation, if someone is found wandering outside the home for no reason, action will be taken against them as well.

A three-day lockdown has now been imposed across the state instead of a two-day lockdown. Underneath, there will be a lockdown from eight a.m. on Friday night to seven in the morning and people will stay in their homes. During this time, exemption is only granted to those who are engaged in essential work and go to hospital, etc.

During the three day lockdown, people were preparing for it all day so there was no problem. In the city there were a lot of shopkeepers in the main market between Naka Satrikh to Dhanokhar and Ghantaghar.

Similarly, in the rural areas of the district, Zaidpur, Hydergarh, Ramnagar, Ramsnehighat, Fatehpur, Kursi, Badosarai, Deva, Safdarganj, Bhitaria, Kothi, Subhaha, Satrikh, Deviganj, etc., there were a number of buyers. This lockdown is imposed by the government to help lessen the coronavirus outbreak.

Police barriers have also been installed in various locations from the city to the rural areas where people are screened and action taken against them for no reason.

During the three-day lockdown, only vehicles and people connected to essential services are allowed to get out. When someone wanders around the street unnecessarily, action is taken. People stay in their homes and follow the rules to avoid the covids.

Yamuna Prasad, Sp

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