Mathura: After a two-day curfew over the weekend, crowds crowded the market

After the lockdown on Saturday and Sunday, passers-by got stuck in traffic due to the crowd that reached the market on Monday.
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Mathura. After the weekend curfew, there was a large crowd in the markets on Monday. Looking at the state of the markets, it seemed like the stores were open after months. People were busy shopping. During this time there was a great movement on the streets. Some people were seen walking without a mask. The shopkeepers were also indifferent to this epidemic. The police system did not appear and the administrator did not come to obey the rules. Due to traffic jams on streets and markets, the situation was disturbed in many places.
The government had ordered a two-day curfew for the weekend from Friday evening to Monday morning. After two days and three nights, as soon as the market opened on Monday morning, crowds began to crowd. The stores were crowded for shopping. I stayed in the hurdle to buy goods. The market movement was more than daily. There was also a traffic jam due to vehicles on the roads. The Holi Gate, Chhatta Bazaar, Chowk Bazaar, Kotwali Street, Arya Samaj Street, Bharatpur Gate, Deeg Gate, Agra Street, Krishna Nagar, Gheya Mandi, etc. were open the main markets very crowded. At the most heavily used Holi gate in the city, the traffic police continued to plead not to park a vehicle on the street.
Some people didn’t even use masks. Regardless, people were seen on the street. Two meters were not followed. People seemed inattentive and bypassed government appeals to repeatedly obey Corona guidelines.
Weddings are getting crowded
Weddings take place these days. The purchase could not be made during the curfew. As soon as the market opened, the crowd gathered. Everything is closed from Friday evening to Sunday.

Mathura. After the weekend curfew, there was a large crowd in the markets on Monday. Looking at the state of the markets, it seemed like the stores were open after months. People were busy shopping. During this time there was a great movement on the streets. Some people were seen walking without a mask. The shopkeepers were also indifferent to this epidemic. The police system did not appear and the administrator did not come to obey the rules. Due to traffic jams on streets and markets, the situation was disturbed in many places.

The government had ordered a weekend curfew for two days from Friday evening to Monday morning. After two days and three nights, as soon as the market opened on Monday morning, crowds began to crowd. The stores were crowded for shopping. I stayed in the corridor to buy goods. The market movement was more than daily. There was also a traffic jam due to vehicles on the roads. The Holi Gate, Chhatta Bazaar, Chowk Bazaar, Kotwali Street, Arya Samaj Street, Bharatpur Gate, Deeg Gate, Agra Street, Krishna Nagar, Gheya Mandi, etc. were open the main markets very crowded. At the most heavily used Holi gate in the city, the traffic police continued to plead not to park a vehicle on the street.

Some people didn’t even use masks. Regardless, people were seen on the street. Two meters were not followed. People appeared to be inattentive and bypassed government appeals to repeatedly obey Corona guidelines.

Weddings keep getting crowded

Weddings take place these days. It was not possible to shop during the curfew. As soon as the market opened, the crowd gathered. Everything is closed from Friday evening to Sunday.

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