People Don’t Improve Despite Strictness – Regardless, people don’t improve despite being strict

Baghpat The city markets do not follow the Corona guidelines. Regardless of the severity of the police, carefree people do not get better. As soon as the market opens, the shops for shopping are overcrowded. People who visit the markets don’t follow social distancing, and shopkeepers aren’t serious either. Because of this, there is a possibility of increasing the risk of the infection spreading.
At the same time, as soon as people are seen, they are seen by the rules, but as soon as they leave, they start to be careless again. Shops, vegetable and fruit bags were overcrowded on Tuesday. The police visited the city markets and made people follow the corona policy.
The curfew for Corona is until 7 a.m. on May 17, as ordered by the government. The administration has given permission to open the market from eight to eleven in the morning so that people don’t have any problems. The daily markets open and crowds thrive in the markets. Those who shop in the markets do not care about the action or fear of infection. People who come to shop are negligent. They stand on shops and vegetable sacks. People were seen breaking the rules in the markets on Tuesday. The shops were overcrowded. Police patrolled the Gandhi Market, Bada Bazaar, Shaukat Market and Pandava Street Bazaar in the city and made people follow the Corona policy. Measures were also taken against those breaking the rules in the markets, but people again seemed negligent when the police left.
The markets have become deserted
The city markets closed at 11am. Traffic on the main routes was reduced and the markets swollen. People are locked in houses. Kotwali police patrolled the city’s main thoroughfares and markets, closing shops and making people obey the Corona curfew. Police challaned the person who broke the rules by performing a control operation on Rashtriya Vandana Chowk in the city. During this time, there was chaos among those who broke the rules. People were seen running around to avoid police operations. However, traders in the inner parts of the city and villages secretly opened and sold many goods.

Baghpat The city markets do not follow the Corona guidelines. Regardless of the severity of the police force, nonchalant people do not get better. As soon as the market opens, the shops for shopping are overcrowded. People who visit the markets don’t follow social distancing, and shopkeepers aren’t serious either. Because of this, there is a possibility of increasing the risk of the infection spreading.

At the same time, as soon as people are seen, they are seen by the rules, but as soon as they leave, they start to be careless again. Shops, vegetable and fruit bags were overcrowded on Tuesday. The police visited the city markets and made people follow the corona policy.

The curfew for Corona is until 7 a.m. on May 17, as ordered by the government. The administration has given permission to open the market from eight to eleven in the morning so that people don’t have any problems. The daily markets open and crowds thrive in the markets. Those who shop in the markets do not care about the action, nor do they fear infection. People who come to shop are negligent. They stand on shops and vegetable sacks. People were seen breaking the rules in the markets on Tuesday. The shops were overcrowded. Police patrolled the Gandhi Market, Bada Bazaar, Shaukat Market and Pandava Street Bazaar in the city and made people follow the Corona policy. Measures were also taken against those breaking the rules in the markets, but once the police left, people looked negligent again.

The markets have become deserted

The city markets closed at 11am. Traffic on the main routes was reduced and the markets swollen. People are locked in houses. Kotwali police patrolled the city’s main thoroughfares and markets, closing shops and making people obey the Corona curfew. Police challaned the person who broke the rules by performing a control operation on Rashtriya Vandana Chowk in the city. During this time, there was chaos among those who broke the rules. People were seen running around to avoid police operations. However, traders in the inner parts of the city and villages secretly opened and sold many goods.

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