Hapur News – The markets in Pilkhuwa are closed for three days

The markets in Pilkhuwa are closed for three days
Pilkhuwa. Pilkhuwa traders have decided to keep the market closed for three days on Saturday, Sunday and Monday in an effort to halt the growing infection in the second wave of Corona. Apart from that, there is no transaction with the customer and the dealer who have come to buy the goods in the store without putting on a mask. The traders unanimously made this decision at a Board of Trade meeting on Monday.
Under the auspices of the Pilkhuwa Textile Traders Association, officials from various traders and social organizations met on Monday at the Union office on Modinagar Road Agrasen Market. In the meeting, which lasted about three hours, officials from all organizations decided that the corona curfew had been declared by the state government on Saturday and Sunday. The number of corona infections in Pilkhuwa is steadily increasing. Therefore, in addition to the two-day detention, it was decided to keep the market closed on Monday. Moolchand Garg, Gaurav Bansal, Yogesh Bansal, Amit, Kuldeep Aggarwal, Saurabh Garg, Pankaj Mittal, Santosh Aggarwal, Harit Mittal, Gaurav Garg, Manish Maheshwari, Kushlesh Garg, Mehak Singh, Ravindra Jubilee, Pankaj Garg, Rakesh Singhal Manridesh Shishodia, Lalit Garg Modi, Chandraprakash etc. were present.
Important to stop corona infection
The second round of the corona epidemic turns into a grassy season. In such a situation, it is important that we protect ourselves and others from the corona. For this, the market is greatly reduced by keeping the market closed for three consecutive days.
– Sandeep Goyal, Pilkhuwa textile merchants’ association.
Stand by the government
For the past year and a half the businessman has had problems due to the economic crisis due to the corona epidemic, but if you know we should support the government in this battle of corona and protect ourselves and others.
– Sanjay Bansal alone, Minister Vaishya Agrawal Mahasabha.
Follow the guideline
It is necessary to keep the market closed to prevent corona infection. Make the store sanitized before opening it, and do not transact with customers and other storekeepers without wearing a mask.
– Anil Kumar Garg, Minister Pilkhuwa Textile Merchants’ Association.

The markets in Pilkhuwa are closed for three days

Pilkhuwa. Pilkhuwa traders have decided to keep the market closed for three days on Saturday, Sunday and Monday in an effort to halt the growing infection in the second wave of Corona. Apart from that, there is no transaction with the customer and the dealer who have come to buy the goods in the store without putting on a mask. The traders unanimously made this decision at a Board of Trade meeting on Monday.

Under the auspices of the Pilkhuwa Textile Traders Association, officials from various traders and social organizations met at the union office on Modinagar Road Agrasen Market on Monday. In the meeting, which lasted about three hours, officials from all organizations decided that the corona curfew had been declared by the state government on Saturday and Sunday. The number of corona infections in Pilkhuwa is steadily increasing. Therefore, in addition to the two-day detention, it was decided to keep the market closed on Monday. Moolchand Garg, Gaurav Bansal, Yogesh Bansal, Amit, Kuldeep Aggarwal, Saurabh Garg, Pankaj Mittal, Santosh Aggarwal, Harit Mittal, Gaurav Garg, Manish Maheshwari, Kushlesh Garg, Mehak Singh, Ravindra Jubilee, Pankaj Garg, Rakesh Singhal Manridesh Shishodia, Lalit Garg Modi, Chandraprakash etc. were present.

Important to stop corona infection

The second round of the corona epidemic turns into a grassy season. In such a situation, it is important that we protect ourselves and others from the corona. For this, the market is greatly reduced by keeping the market closed for three consecutive days.

– Sandeep Goyal, Pilkhuwa textile merchants’ association.

Stand by the government

For the past year and a half the businessman has had problems due to the financial crisis due to the corona epidemic, but if you know, we should support the government in this battle of corona and protect ourselves and others.

– Sanjay Bansal alone, Minister Vaishya Agrawal Mahasabha.

Follow the guideline

It is necessary to keep the market closed to prevent corona infection. Make the store sanitized before opening it, and do not transact with customers and other storekeepers without wearing a mask.

– Anil Kumar Garg, Minister Pilkhuwa Textile Dealers Association.

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