Even in the Sahalag, traders sit on their hands

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In Sahalag, too, traders sit on their hands
Bijnor. The corona infection brought relief, but the dealers associated with Sahalag are still sitting with their hands on their hands. The halls are running, but the banquet halls are empty. The public will also not picnic or eat outside. Until the exemptions are increased by the government, the links will end.
Marriages not only create a happy atmosphere in two families, but are also a source of income for the business people involved in various market activities. From band wagons to vehicle exhibitions, precious metal markets and pastry shops, weddings are the main work. People associated with these professions get a lot of work in Sahalag, but the last three Sahalag have succumbed to Corona. There were marriages. However, no more guests were admitted. Birthday parties etc. took place at home. The business around Sahalag has so far been severely affected due to the corona-related restrictions. Even if the concession is now increased by the government, the dealers associated with this work will be exonerated until October, November.
Cons of home delivery
According to Pankaj Chaudhary, Secretary of the Hotel and Restaurant Association, work has come to a standstill. Only home delivery is currently allowed. The government should allow sitting and feeding food at the earliest. Home delivery alone does not work. The market is overcrowded and the hotels deserted.
No pre-order has been made
No booking has been made yet, according to the owner of the banquet room, Vineet Agarwal aka Lalu. As long as the guests are not allowed to call in large numbers, there will be no work in the banquet room. The government should give traders exemptions from GST, utility bills, and community and district panchayat tax.
Millions of flowers placed in front of animals
Akhilesh Chaudhary, who grows flowers, says if there is no marriage, where will the flowers be sold. Several hundred rupees worth of flowers had to be thrown in front of rubbish and animals. The harvest is ready in the Polyhaus, but there is no demand. The government should make some announcements to compensate the farmers who grow flowers.

In Sahalag, too, traders sit on their hands

Bijnor. The corona infection has brought relief, but the dealers associated with Sahalag are still sitting with their hands on their hands. The halls are running, but the banquet halls are empty. The public will also not picnic or eat outside. Until the exemptions are increased by the government, the links will end.

Marriages not only create a happy atmosphere in two families, but are also a source of income for the business people involved in various market activities. From belt wagons to vehicle exhibitions, precious metal markets and pastry shops, weddings are the main work. People associated with these professions get a lot of work in Sahalag, but the last three Sahalag have succumbed to Corona. There were marriages. However, no more guests were admitted. Birthday parties etc. took place at home. The business around Sahalag has so far been severely affected due to the corona-related restrictions. Even if the concession is now increased by the government, the dealers associated with this work will be exonerated until October, November.

Cons of home delivery only

According to Pankaj Chaudhary, Secretary of the Hotel and Restaurant Association, work has come to a standstill. Only home delivery is currently allowed. The government should allow sitting and feeding food at the earliest. Home delivery alone does not work. The market is overcrowded and the hotels deserted.

No pre-order has been made

No booking has been made yet, according to the owner of the banquet room, Vineet Agarwal aka Lalu. As long as the guests are not allowed to call in large numbers, there will be no work in the banquet room. The government should give traders exemptions from GST, utility bills, and community and district panchayat tax.

Millions of flowers placed in front of animals

Akhilesh Chaudhary, who grows flowers, says if there is no marriage, where will the flowers be sold. Several hundred rupees worth of flowers had to be thrown in front of rubbish and animals. The harvest is ready in the Polyhaus, but there is no demand. The government should make some announcements to compensate the farmers who grow flowers.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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