Fatehpur News, Lockdoun – deserted roads somewhere, noise from vehicles somewhere

Fatehpur, with the risk of corona infection rising, the first day of the enforced curfew over the weekend seemed ineffective due to preparations for the Panchayat elections. The ban on blocking did not seem to have much of an impact as the police and administration were busy preparing for the election.
On Saturday there was silence on the streets, then there was the same movement of the vehicles. If you look at the terms, only the markets have closed. The mass movement continued.
Pack of milk
On the first day of the lockdown, the police and administration rarely appeared on the streets. Separate jugaads were made to leave the house. When someone came out of the house with a box of milk, someone would put a medicine slip in their pocket. Some time in the morning the police intercepted the cyclists at the Patel Nagar intersection. Then went and saw silence on the street in the afternoon. In the evening, however, people came out onto the streets again.
Traffic stopped at the bus stop and the train station
Despite the curfew over the weekend, large numbers of people were seen at the movement points. People were waiting for buses at the bus stop in Jwalaganj. After waiting a few hours for the bus, a team of migrants from Khaga city went to book the pace. Several passengers were seen sleeping in the seats in the station’s Kaman Hall. The Ministry of Health’s help desk ran here. Where a heat control was carried out on passengers getting off the train.

Fatehpur amid increasing risk of corona infection, the first day of the enforced curfew over the weekend seemed ineffective due to preparations for the Panchayat elections. The ban on blocking did not seem to have much of an impact as the police and administration were busy preparing for the election.

On Saturday there was silence in the streets and there was the same movement of vehicles. If you look at the terms, only the markets have closed. The mass movement continued.

Pack of milk

On the first day of the lockdown, the police and administration rarely appeared on the streets. Separate jugaads were made to leave the house. When someone came out of the house with a box of milk, someone would put a medicine slip in their pocket. Some time in the morning the police intercepted the cyclists at the Patel Nagar intersection. Then went and saw silence on the street in the afternoon. In the evening, however, people came out onto the streets again.

Traffic stopped at the bus stop and the train station

Despite the curfew over the weekend, large numbers of people were seen at the movement points. People were waiting for buses at the bus stop in Jwalaganj. After waiting a few hours for the bus, a team of migrants from Khaga city went to book the pace. Several passengers were seen sleeping in the seats in the station’s Kaman Hall. The Ministry of Health’s help desk ran here. Where a thermal check was carried out on the passengers getting off the train.

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