Six thousand invoices from two gold dealers opening a store in curfew – Six thousand gold dealers invoice from six thousand for opening a store under curfew

After the severity of the police, many shopkeepers arbitrarily open stores. On Friday, Mughalsarai Kotwali police charged several shopkeepers, including two gold dealers. During this time, the police took back ten thousand rupees as a challan.
In order to prevent the spread of a corona infection, the district administration has announced the curfew for the corona in the district by May 24th. Despite the severity of the police, business people in various areas of the city are secretly selling customers by selling shutters by filling customers in the shops. Most of the stores behind the Kali Mandir on Dharamshala Road, Parmar Katra, GT Road are bought after the shutters are filled by filling customers in the stores. The police are constantly cracking down on such people. It was reported on Friday that a Parmar Katra-based gold entrepreneur was selling goods to customers in the store. At what point did SI Sunil Mishra reach the point with the police. After that, after unlocking the shutter and getting the customers out of the store, he later challenged the shopkeeper. Then he also challenged a gold dealer near Subhash Park. Police also urged other shopkeepers not to abide by the covid policy. During that time, ten thousand rupees in challan rupees were recovered.

After the severity of the police, many shopkeepers arbitrarily open stores. On Friday, Mughalsarai Kotwali police charged several shopkeepers, including two gold dealers. During this time, the police took back ten thousand rupees as a challan.

In order to prevent the spread of a corona infection, the district administration has announced the curfew for the corona in the district by May 24th. Despite the severity of the police, business people in various areas of the city are secretly selling customers by selling shutters by filling customers in the shops. Most of the stores behind the Kali Mandir on Dharamshala Road, Parmar Katra, GT Road are bought after the shutters are filled by filling customers in the stores. The police are always taking action against such people. It was reported on Friday that a Parmar Katra-based gold entrepreneur was selling goods to customers in the store. At what point did SI Sunil Mishra reach the point with the police. After that, after unlocking the shutter and getting the customers out of the store, he later challenged the shopkeeper. Then he also challenged a gold dealer near Subhash Park. Police also urged other shopkeepers not to abide by the covid policy. During that time, ten thousand rupees in challan rupees were recovered.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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