Half a dozen shopkeepers challenged for breaching the lock – Half a dozen shopkeepers will be billed for breaching the lock

Tehsildar Phulpur and the police team fought open stores in the Ambari area on Friday over the lockdown, challenging half a dozen stores. The shopkeepers were severely warned that a ten thousand fine would be imposed if the shop were to reopen. Meanwhile, people also appealed to pursue social distancing. Also asked to leave the house and use masks only when necessary. Tehsildar Phulpur Naveen Prasad and the police team carried out a massive campaign to pursue the lockdown in Phulpur Tehsil’s Ambari Bazar. During this period, many stores were opened in the market. Tehsildar Naveen Prasad said the lockdown was violated by shopkeepers in Ambari. A review campaign has been carried out to ensure that the lockdown is being adhered to. During that time, more than half a dozen stores were found open. These shopkeepers were fined one thousand rupees. Strong warnings were also given. He said that if stores are open during the re-examination, they will be fined ten thousand and the store will also be sealed. This action by the police and administration caused a sensation among the shopkeepers of the Ambari Bazaar. On that occasion, the Ambari Police Post KS Prem Prem Dwivedi, Laxmi Shankar Yadav, Ram Prasad, Birendra Maurya, etc., along with the police, visited the market and warned them to follow the lockdown.

Tehsildar Phulpur and the police team fought open stores in the Ambari area on Friday over the lockdown, challenging half a dozen stores. The shopkeepers were severely warned that a ten thousand fine would be imposed if the shop were to reopen. Meanwhile, people also appealed to pursue social distancing. Also asked to leave the house and use masks only when necessary. Tehsildar Phulpur Naveen Prasad and the police team carried out a massive campaign to pursue the lockdown in Phulpur Tehsil’s Ambari Bazar. During this period, many stores were opened in the market. Tehsildar Naveen Prasad said the lockdown was violated by shopkeepers in Ambari. A review campaign has been carried out to ensure that the lockdown is being adhered to. During that time, more than half a dozen stores were found open. These shopkeepers were fined one thousand rupees. Strong warnings were also given. He said that if stores are open during the re-examination, they will be fined ten thousand and the store will also be sealed. This action by the police and administration caused a sensation among the shopkeepers of the Ambari Bazaar. On that occasion, the Ambari Police Post KS Prem Prem Dwivedi, Laxmi Shankar Yadav, Ram Prasad, Birendra Maurya, etc., along with the police, visited the market and warned them to follow the lockdown.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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