Mathura: Crowds didn’t show up on the streets, people wandering for essential goods – Mathura: Crowds didn’t show up on the streets, people wandering for essential goods

The Kotwali police interrogate women who drive the Scooty.
– Photo: MATHURA

Mathura / Vrindavan. On the second day of the weekend curfew, the markets of Mathura and other cities, including Vrindavan, were quiet on Sunday, while the main streets were moved. The temples, markets in Mathura and Vrindavan were all closed. People were seldom seen on the streets in front of the houses. Necessary items were also not available to the people. Because in the morning other teams, including the city society, went out and closed open shops everywhere. Dairy and goods stores were also closed, which got people into trouble.
After Saturday, the Mathura city markets could also be heard on Sunday. Administration officials and police vehicles have been seen roaming around. The markets in Mathura were not overcrowded on Sunday as they were on Saturday. People stayed in houses. While people appeared on the streets and paths in some areas connected to the city, the police ordered people to go inside.
Here people in the city of Sribankebihari followed. From Mathura, be it Vrindavan Marg, Chhatikara Marg or Shree Bankebihari Temple, Srirangnath Temple, there was silence in the streets around the Shahji Temple. People have to come out with milk in the morning and in the evening. However, the market and the main streets were completely deserted during the day. In the morning when the confectionery opened in Gauranagar, people came to eat Kachori Jalebi. Apart from that, after the fall of Kovid, the box planted in sensitive areas broke in some places. People’s activities in these areas are cause for concern. It also includes the name Davanal Kund.

Mathura / Vrindavan. On the second day of the weekend curfew, the markets of Mathura and other cities, including Vrindavan, were quiet on Sunday, while the main streets were moved. The temples and markets in Mathura and Vrindavan remained closed. People were seldom seen on the streets in front of the houses. Necessary items were also not available to the people. Because in the morning, other teams, including the city society, went everywhere and closed the open stores. Dairy and goods stores were also closed, which got people into trouble.

After Saturday, the Mathura city markets could also be heard on Sunday. Administration officials and police vehicles have been seen roaming around. The markets in Mathura were not overcrowded on Sunday as they were on Saturday. The people stayed in their homes. While people appeared on the streets and paths in some areas connected to the city, the police ordered people to go inside.

Here people in the city of Sribankebihari followed. From Mathura, be it Vrindavan Marg, Chhatikara Marg or Shree Bankebihari Temple, Srirangnath Temple, there was silence in the streets around the Shahji Temple. People have to come out with milk in the morning and in the evening. However, the market and the main streets were completely deserted during the day. In the morning when the confectionery opened in Gauranagar, people came to eat Kachori Jalebi. Apart from that, after the fall of Kovid, the box planted in sensitive areas broke in some places. People’s activities in these areas are cause for concern. It also includes the name Davanal Kund.

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