Loss of furniture business people in Corona times

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Jhansi. A corona curfew was imposed during the Corona period. As part of this, a lockdown was ordered for all facilities across the city. During the Corona curfew itself, the furniture dealers got into a bad state due to a lack of sales in the auxiliary season. According to the dealers, the city’s furniture dealers have suffered a loss of fifteen million dollars.
There are more than five hundred furniture stores operating in the urban and rural areas of the metropolis. Aside from that, many companies are associated with this business including hardware, plywood, glass, weaving, polishing. Furniture sales are higher in Sahagi season than in normal days. But during the Sahalag the markets were completely closed due to the Corona curfew. Because of this, people came to an agreement in the usual way. So the furniture wasn’t bought. Because of this, every businessman in town has goods worth about five to ten lakhs. At the same time, a lot of furniture has become old due to a lack of sales. which is no longer for sale. According to the traders, the urban and rural areas together have suffered a loss of more than fifteen million euros. At the same time, the water tax has now also been introduced by traders. Because of this, there is a lot of resentment among traders.
Merchants couldn’t even emerge from the first corona wave that broke the backs of Karona’s curfew on business people. There were many losses due to the wasted wedding season.
Jai Kishan Premani, President, Jhokanbagh Business Board
It was the wedding season only during Korana’s curfew. However, due to the closure of stores in urban and rural areas, the sale could not take place. Because of this, there was a loss of more than fifteen crores.
Rajendra Sharma, General Secretary, Jhokanbagh Business Board
Business people have already been worried about the effects of the corona infection. Now the Tehsil has notified traders of the recovery of the water tax of lakhs rupees.
Surendra Pal, Consultant, Jhokanbagh Business Board
Many dealers are associated with the furniture business. Even in rural areas, finished furniture is delivered from the urban area itself. There have been no sales in rural areas due to the infection.
Mukesh Aggarwal, Patron, Jhokanbagh Board of Trade

Jhansi. A corona curfew was imposed during the Corona period. As part of this, a lockdown was ordered for all facilities across the city. During the Corona curfew itself, the furniture dealers got into a bad state due to a lack of sales in the auxiliary season. According to the dealers, the city’s furniture dealers have suffered a loss of fifteen million dollars.

There are more than five hundred furniture stores operating in the urban and rural areas of the metropolis. Aside from that, many companies are associated with this business including hardware, plywood, glass, weaving, polishing. Furniture sales are higher in Sahagi season than in normal days. But during the Sahalag the markets were completely closed due to the Corona curfew. Because of this, people came to an agreement in the usual way. So the furniture wasn’t bought. Because of this, every businessman in town has goods worth about five to ten lakhs. At the same time, a lot of furniture has become old due to a lack of sales. which is no longer for sale. According to the traders, the urban and rural areas together have suffered a loss of more than fifteen million euros. At the same time, the water tax has now also been introduced by traders. Because of this, there is a lot of resentment among traders.

Merchants couldn’t even emerge from the first corona wave that broke the backs of Karona’s curfew on business people. There were many losses due to the wasted wedding season.

Jai Kishan Premani, President, Jhokanbagh Business Board

It was the wedding season only during Korana’s curfew. However, due to the closure of stores in urban and rural areas, the sale could not take place. Because of this, there was a loss of more than fifteen crores.

Rajendra Sharma, General Secretary, Jhokanbagh Business Board

Business people have already been worried about the effects of the corona infection. Now the Tehsil has notified traders of the recovery of the water tax of lakhs rupees.

Surendra Pal, Consultant, Jhokanbagh Business Board

Many dealers are associated with the furniture business. Even in rural areas, finished furniture is delivered from the urban area itself. There have been no sales in rural areas due to the infection.

Mukesh Aggarwal, Patron, Jhokanbagh Board of Trade

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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