Shops selling clothes and other goods opened under the guise of food

Hamirpur Due to the lockdown, food, vegetable, fruit and medical stores were allowed to stay open until 11 a.m. Under the guise of these stores, in addition to fabrics, finished goods, general stores and other stores can be open chat stores, samosa and tea stores are also open. You open. On Friday, police carried out the operation, caught four people selling samosa, and took them to Kotwali. However, he directed her to leave.
During the lockdown, the government has allowed stores to open groceries, fruits, vegetables, milk, bread, medicine, fertilizers in essential goods, but shopkeepers are opening stores selling textiles, finished goods, jewelry, cosmetics and other items under the guise of grocery customers are brought to the stores.
After the purchase, the closure shell is taken out to the customer. Most shopkeepers don’t follow social distancing either. On Friday the police fought over the bus stop.
When they saw the shopkeeper’s jeep, the shops closed and began moving. The four people who sold sugar cane juice machines, samosa and tea operated in Thalia were taken to the police jeep and taken to Kotwali. All were taught after four hours of sitting.

Hamirpur Due to the lockdown, food, vegetable, fruit and medical stores were allowed to stay open until 11 a.m. Under the guise of these stores, in addition to fabrics, finished goods, general stores and other stores can be open chat stores, samosa and tea stores are also open. You open. On Friday, police carried out the operation, caught four people selling samosa, and took them to Kotwali. However, he directed her to leave.

During the lockdown, the government has allowed stores to open groceries, fruits, vegetables, milk, bread, medicine, fertilizers in essential goods, but shopkeepers are opening stores selling textiles, finished goods, jewelry, cosmetics and other items under the guise of grocery customers are brought to the stores.

After the purchase, the closure shell is taken out to the customer. Most shopkeepers don’t follow social distancing either. On Friday the police fought over the bus stop.

When they saw the shopkeeper’s jeep, the shops closed and began moving. The four people who sold sugar cane juice machines, samosa and tea operated in Thalia were taken to the police jeep and taken to Kotwali. All were taught after four hours of sitting.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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