Hathras: Due to the Corona curfew, there was silence in the markets

Hathras: Because of the Corona curfew on Sunday, there was silence in the Bainganj market. conversation
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Newsroom, Amar Ujala, Hathras
There was also silence in the city’s markets on Sunday, the second day of the Corona curfew. The shops that had opened unnecessarily in the morning were closed by the police. People bought important things. There was a lack of passengers at the train station and at the lane stops. This also had an impact on the income of both departments. The officials were very concerned about this.
While the curfew was eased until 11 a.m., people bought essentials like milk, fruit, vegetables and groceries. However, stores with unnecessary items remained secretly open in some markets even after the curfew.
Due to the curfew, there was silence in the markets such as Ramlila Maidan, Bainiganj, Sasni Gate etc. In the evenings, however, people moved on the streets. The shops that were open unnecessarily on Sunday were closed by the police.

Newsroom, Amar Ujala, Hathras

There was also silence in the city’s markets on Sunday, the second day of the Corona curfew. The shops that had opened unnecessarily in the morning were closed by the police. People bought important things. There was a lack of passengers at the train station and at the lane stops. This also had an impact on the income of both departments. The officials were very concerned about this.

While the curfew was eased until 11 a.m., people bought essentials like milk, fruit, vegetables and groceries. However, stores with unnecessary items remained secretly open in some markets even after the curfew.

Due to the curfew, there was silence in the markets such as Ramlila Maidan, Bainiganj, Sasni Gate etc. In the evenings, however, people moved on the streets. The shops that were open unnecessarily on Sunday were closed by the police.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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