Seeking cooperation with dealers to avoid infection – – DM seeks dealer cooperation to avoid corona infection – – Selling essential goods and medicines at a fixed price –

Work with dealers to avoid infection
Shamli District judge Jasjit Kaur asked the dealers to cooperate in order to avoid corona infection. The district judge said shopkeepers should sell essential goods and medicines at the prescribed price.
In a meeting in the Collectorate Auditorium on Friday, DM Jasjit Kaur held talks with representatives of the trade committee of Western Uttar Pradesh United Industries about measures to prevent infection. The district judge said the curfew will be in place across the state from 8 p.m. on Friday to 7 a.m. on Tuesday. All traders must work together in strict compliance with the rules. Dealers should only sell important goods and medicines at fixed prices. Don’t overestimate.
During the meeting, the President of Mandal Ghanshyam Das Garg assured the DM that the curfew would be strictly observed according to the established guidelines. No dealer will sell essential goods, medicines, etc. at prices above the prescribed prices. He called for the district’s markets to be redeveloped at the time of the curfew. The infected patients should be given regular medication by sending them to the doctor for ten days.
In Shamlis Kovid-19 Distric Hospital there was a demand for a smooth oxygen arrangement for the patients and for an increase in the staff of technicians and doctors who use oxygen. DM said the markets would be redeveloped. The Kovid District Hospital is supplied with a lot of oxygen and the doctors are properly arranged. No corona infected patient will have any problems. The district administration was assured of unrestricted cooperation. SP Sukirti Madhav, the president of the division, Suryavir Singh, the general secretary of the city, Ravi Sangal, Anuj Goyal, Mahesh Dhiman, etc. attended the occasion.

Work with dealers to avoid infection

Shamli District judge Jasjit Kaur asked the dealers to cooperate in order to avoid corona infection. The district judge said shopkeepers should sell essential goods and medicines at the prescribed price.

In a meeting in the Collectorate Auditorium on Friday, DM Jasjit Kaur held talks with representatives of the trade committee of Western Uttar Pradesh United Industries about measures to prevent infection. The district judge said the curfew will be in place across the state from 8 p.m. on Friday to 7 a.m. on Tuesday. All traders must work together in strict compliance with the rules. Dealers should only sell important goods and medicines at fixed prices. Don’t overestimate.

During the meeting, the President of Mandal Ghanshyam Das Garg assured the DM that the curfew would be strictly observed according to the established guidelines. No dealer will sell essential goods, medicines, etc. at prices above the prescribed prices. He demanded that the district markets be redeveloped at the time of the curfew. The infected patients should be given regular medication by sending them to the doctor for ten days.

In Shamlis Kovid-19 Distric Hospital there was a demand for a smooth oxygen arrangement for the patients and for an increase in the staff of technicians and doctors who use oxygen. DM said the markets would be redeveloped. The Kovid District Hospital is supplied with a lot of oxygen and the doctors are properly arranged. No corona infected patient will have any problems. The district administration was assured of unrestricted cooperation. SP Sukirti Madhav, the president of the division, Suryavir Singh, the general secretary of the city, Ravi Sangal, Anuj Goyal, Mahesh Dhiman, etc. attended the occasion.

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