Meerut News: All trades closed on Monday – UP: Traders’ opinion on Total Lockdown, read what the voice of their heart is

All business operations in the city of Meerut will be closed on Monday in order to break the corona chain. Other trade organizations, including the United Trade Association and the Surajkund Sports Trade Association, including Abulen, Sadar, Begumpul, and Central Market, are for them. Some trade associations have also suggested keeping the market completely closed until April 30th, while some organizations are also advocating an automatic shutdown of 14 days. The Surajkund Sports Goods Trade Association has decided to keep the facility closed until next Sunday. Union President Anuj Singhal and General Secretary Ravindra Singh said the pace of transition will only be slowed if the gang is successful across the district along with the sports market.Lokesh Aggarwal, chairman of the industry’s trade delegation, said online trading should also be stopped. Sudhir Aggarwal, president of the Kotla Bazar Trade Association, said many people died along with many traders. Hence, weekly detention on Monday has become necessary. The market closure was discussed for a week at the Central Market Trade Association meeting. Mandeep, Rajeev Gupta, Rajat Goyal and Rajiv Maheshwari said union president Kishore Wadhwa is corona positive. Traders will decide on Tuesday to close the market for the week.

Kamal Thakur, senior vice president of the Joint Union, said the entire Meerut will be closed on Monday. A decision has yet to be made about the extension of the prison term. At the same time, Vineet Aggarwal Sharda, State Convenor of BJP Business Cell, called for full compliance with Monday’s ban.

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The business must be closed for 14 days to save family, business and employment
In the present circumstances, one must work patiently to save family, business, and employment. At the moment, it is better to close the store for 14 days. – Naveen Gupta, President of the Joint Trade Association

All dealers for captives
All Shastri Nagar Jagriti Vihar traders understand that strict steps must be taken to avoid infection. All traders advocate incarceration. – Naveen Sharma, President of the Shastri Nagar Jagriti Vihar Joint Trade Association

Providing medical facilities to dealers
Infected traders die due to a lack of medical facilities. Economy and employment lie with the dealers. Therefore, they should be provided with adequate medical care. – Satish Garg, company director

It is to be decided to extend the term of detention
The city will be fully taken into custody on Monday. The decision to extend the term of detention must be made. There may be something to it on Tuesday. – Sunil Dua, President of Sadar Vyapar Mandal

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