Police cut challans from many stores after the market in Meerut. opened

Newsroom, Amar Ujala, Meerut

Published by: kapil kapil
Updated Tue 08 June 2021 12:25 PM IST

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Traders opened stores as soon as they received information about the lifting of the corona curfew. While taking action, the police cut challans on many deals. Know the whole thing.

Traders are calling for the market to be opened up.
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After the meeting on Tuesday, Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath decided to open all the state’s markets. At the same time, after receiving the information, the Meerut markets will also open on Tuesday morning. On the other hand, the police cut off the traders’ challans as soon as the market opened. Then the traders reached the inspector with their problems and protested against the withdrawal of the challan.Traders argued that the chief minister decided at 10 a.m. on Tuesday to open markets across the state. As soon as the market opened on Tuesday morning, police took photos of vendors’ shops in various markets in the city, including West Kachari Road, Sadar, Thana Delhi Gate and Nauchandi. Also warned about the closure of shops. During this time, bills were also deducted.

The district administration has not yet issued an order to open the market, the police said. On the other hand, ADM City informed the dealers that the district administration is waiting for the order from Lucknow. The district administrator wants to decide on the opening of the market by Tuesday evening. Maybe the market can open from Wednesday.

In the meantime, various business organizations met with the commissioner regarding the problems of the traders. Traders said traders would lose two hundred and fifty crores due to the market closing for 24 hours. If the market remains closed today, the district administration is responsible for the loss of the traders.

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After the meeting on Tuesday, Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath decided to open all the state’s markets. At the same time, after receiving the information, the Meerut markets will also open on Tuesday morning. On the other hand, the police cut off the traders’ challans as soon as the market opened. Then the traders reached the inspector with their problems and protested against the withdrawal of the challan.

Traders argued that the chief minister decided at 10 a.m. on Tuesday to open markets across the state. As soon as the market opened on Tuesday morning, police took photos of vendors’ shops in various markets in the city, including West Kachari Road, Sadar, Thana Delhi Gate and Nauchandi. Also warned about the closure of shops. Invoices were also deducted during this period.

The district administration has not yet issued an order to open the market, the police said. On the other hand, ADM City informed the dealers that the district administration is waiting for the order from Lucknow. The district administrator will decide on the opening of the market by Tuesday evening. Maybe the market can open from Wednesday.

In the meantime, various business organizations met with the commissioner regarding the problems of the traders. Traders said traders would lose two hundred and fifty crores due to the market closing for 24 hours. If the market remains closed today, the district administration is responsible for the loss of the traders.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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