Seed shops opened on Court Road, customers remain absent – Corona Curfew —– The market is completely closed for the fourth time in a row

Seed shops opened on Court Road, customers absent
Muzaffarnagar. All markets in town and country remained completely closed on the fourth day in a row of the Corona curfew. Because of this, there was complete silence in the markets. However, even during this period, there was a general movement of passers-by and vehicles on the streets.
With the extension of the Corona curfew by two days, all markets in town and country remained completely closed on Tuesday for the fourth time in a row. All shops have been closed since the morning. Although the vegetable market was open for a while, at ten in the morning there was silence on all sides. After that, only the movement of vehicles and passers-by on the streets continued normally. On the fourth day of Corona’s curfew, a control campaign was carried out against Meenakshi Chowk in the city regarding e-rickshaws. Because of this, the one-off e-rickshaw movement on Meenakshi Chowk, Aryasamaj Road and Meerut Road has been completely stopped. At the same time, seed shops opened on the city’s Hofstrasse on Tuesday, but only shopkeepers and servants were present. Even in the evening, only a few customers reached these shops. The city’s road bus stop was also left abandoned, where only the Count’s passengers arrived to leave the city. As a result, road buses with very few passengers drove to their destination.
Zilla Parishad market open despite ban
Muzaffarnagar. The district’s pharmaceutical wholesale market remained open despite the weekly closure of the Zilla Parishad market on Tuesday. The city’s magistrate, Abhishek Singh, had given drug dealers permission to open their stores despite the Corona curfew, on condition that they keep stores completely closed on Tuesday due to weekly detention. Even so, the shopkeepers of the Zilla Parishad Market kept their shops open even when they closed weekly. Apart from that, all of the medical shops, Ayurvedic medicine shops, and milk derivatives in the city also remained open.

Seed shops opened on Court Road, customers absent

Muzaffarnagar. All markets in town and country remained completely closed on the fourth day in a row of the Corona curfew. Because of this, there was complete silence in the markets. However, even during this period, there was a general movement of passers-by and vehicles on the streets.

With the extension of the Corona curfew by two days, all markets in town and country remained completely closed on Tuesday for the fourth time in a row. All shops have been closed since the morning. Although the vegetable market was open for a while, at ten in the morning there was silence on all sides. After that, only the movement of vehicles and passers-by on the streets continued normally. On the fourth day of the Corona curfew, an e-rickshaw control campaign was carried out in Meenakshi Chowk in the city. Because of this, the one-off e-rickshaw movement on Meenakshi Chowk, Aryasamaj Road and Meerut Road has been completely stopped. At the same time, seed shops opened on the city’s Hofstrasse on Tuesday, but only shopkeepers and servants were present. Even in the evening, only a few customers reached these shops. The city’s road bus stop was also deserted, where only the Count’s passengers arrived to leave the city. As a result, road buses with very few passengers drove to their destination.

Zilla Parishad market open despite ban

Muzaffarnagar. The district’s pharmaceutical wholesale market remained open despite the weekly closure of the Zilla Parishad market on Tuesday. The city’s magistrate, Abhishek Singh, had given drug dealers permission to open their stores despite the Corona curfew, on condition that they keep stores completely closed on Tuesday due to weekly detention. Even so, the shopkeepers of the Zilla Parishad Market kept their shops open even when they closed weekly. Apart from that, all of the medical shops, Ayurvedic medicine shops, and milk derivatives in the city also remained open.

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