Lockout in the markets, crowds in the streets – Trapped in markets, crowded streets

Due to the increasing outbreak of the corona infection, the state government has extended the curfew for the corona until Thursday. Now the Corona curfew will remain in the state until 7 a.m. on Thursday. The Corona curfew was partially affected on Monday in the district. Traffic on Ramghat Road, GT Road and Agra Road continued as usual. However, there was a complete ban on the market. Hospitals and medical shops remained open. Private buses also drove the streets.
From seven in the morning to eleven in the morning, people would buy milk and vegetables. After that, people rode two-wheelers, four-wheelers and buses around town all day. Traffic stopped at the red lights at the intersections of the city. People from medical shops and hospitals kept circling. Most of the city’s markets remained closed. There was a lockout in the old markets.
The lockout was carried out by traders and shopkeepers. In the evening people went out to buy milk, vegetables, etc. The elderly met on bicycles, while the youth rode bicycles. The curfew, which was observed last Saturday and Sunday, was not displayed on the streets of the district on Monday. People kept moving. In addition, private buses continued to run from the city to the countryside. People also took rail and street bus trips.

Due to the increasing outbreak of the corona infection, the state government has extended the curfew for the corona until Thursday. Now the Corona curfew will remain in the state until 7 a.m. on Thursday. The Corona curfew was partially affected on Monday in the district. Traffic on Ramghat Road, GT Road and Agra Road continued as usual. However, there was a complete ban on captive markets. Hospitals and medical shops remained open. Private buses also drove the streets.

From seven in the morning to eleven in the morning, people would buy milk and vegetables. After that, people rode two-wheelers, four-wheelers and buses around town all day. Traffic stopped at the red lights at the intersections of the city. People from medical shops and hospitals kept circling. Most of the city’s markets remained closed. There was a lockout in the old markets.

The lockout was carried out by traders and shopkeepers. In the evening people went out to buy milk, vegetables, etc. The elderly met on bicycles, while the youth rode bicycles. The curfew, which was observed last Saturday and Sunday, was not displayed on the streets of the district on Monday. People kept moving. In addition, private buses continued to run from the city to the countryside. People also took rail and street bus trips.

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