Sunday Lockdown – The awareness to defeat Corona, people who live in houses

  • Police in urban and rural areas
    – Shops were closed, people excluded from urgent work
    Samvad News Agency
    Siddharthnagar. The second wave of corona infection showed awareness of having defeated Corona in the weekly lockdown on Sunday. From the crowded streets, streets from town to village could be heard. At the same time, stores surrounded by customers were closed. The police were seen on the street and made a turn. When someone showed up, the police would stop them and ask why. He was only allowed to leave after he was satisfied. The lock was reminiscent of a year earlier.
    The transition numbers are constantly increasing. Conditions are getting more and more frightening. The regime has put in place a weekly lockdown and curfew to combat the infection. District Headquarters Hoch Tiraha, Siddharth Tiraha, Bansi Tiraha, Sari Tiraha Station Road and Thana Road. In all these places where there were always noisy vehicles and people moving around, few people can be seen there today. He also left because he had the work to do. Only the police were visible on the street.
    ASP Suresh Chandra Rawat traveled with Haidil Tiraha Police to Bansi Tiraha and Sari Tiraha. The person who showed up asked why they were coming and stated that it was wrong to break the rule. Do not go without work and only when it is urgently needed. When you come out, you go with a mask. Your family cares about your safety.
    During this time Kotwal Sadar Chhatrapal Singh, SI Chandan Kumar, SI Rakesh Tiwari and Harendra Rai were also present. Apart from that, the police also followed the weekly lockdown in other parts of the district. Going without work, making people aware and sending them back.
    There is silence in the streets
    According to the Dumariaganj representative, the weekly lockdown on Sunday was a complete success. For security reasons, the police were deployed everywhere and mobile vans were also visited.
    The Tehsil Area Temple Crossing, Khiramandi Crossing, Baidoula Crossing, Hallour Crossing, Bajrangi Crossing, Bhadariya Market and other markets including Motiganj Crossing remained silent throughout the day. Certainly you saw people in the windows of their houses in the morning and in the evening.
    According to the representative of the Pakdi market, the effects of the closure have been observed on the Pakdi market of the Shorathgarh Police Station. All shops remained closed. Shops at Pakdi Bazar, Dhangarhia Reharwa Square, Babhani Jamhiriya and Lal Pur Square were closed. Those who roam the streets without work have been ordered by the police department to follow her.
    According to the Biscohar representative, there was silence in Trilokpur and around Itwa. At the same time, the effect of the weekly lockdown was observed in the extended area.
    According to a representative from Bansi, the impact of the weekly lockdown from the city to the rural areas was showing. A few people could be seen in the street, all of them wearing masks. The police also went on duty by putting on a mask.

– Police in urban and rural areas

– Shops were closed, people excluded from urgent work

Samvad News Agency

Siddharthnagar. The second wave of corona infection showed awareness of having defeated Corona in the weekly lockdown on Sunday. From the crowded streets, streets from town to village could be heard. At the same time, stores surrounded by customers were closed. The police were seen on the street and made a turn. When someone showed up, the police would stop them and ask why. He was only released after he was satisfied. The lock is reminiscent of a year earlier.

The transition numbers are constantly increasing. Conditions are getting more and more frightening. The regime has issued a weekly lockdown and curfew to combat the infection. District Headquarters Hoch Tiraha, Siddharth Tiraha, Bansi Tiraha, Sari Tiraha Station Road and Thana Road. In all these places where there were always noisy vehicles and people moving around, few people can be seen there today. He also left because he had the work to do. Only the police were visible on the street.

ASP Suresh Chandra Rawat traveled with the Haidil Tiraha Police to Bansi Tiraha and Sari Tiraha. The person who showed up asked why they were coming and stated that it was wrong to break the rule. Do not go without work and only when it is urgently needed. When you come out, you go with a mask. Your family cares about your safety.

During this time Kotwal Sadar Chhatrapal Singh, SI Chandan Kumar, SI Rakesh Tiwari and Harendra Rai were also present. Apart from that, the police also followed the weekly lockdown in other parts of the district. Going without work, making people aware and sending them back.

There is silence in the streets

According to the Dumariaganj representative, the weekly lockdown on Sunday was a complete success. For security reasons, the police were deployed everywhere and mobile vans were also visited.

The Tehsil Area Temple Crossing, Khiramandi Crossing, Baidoula Crossing, Hallour Crossing, Bajrangi Crossing, Bhadariya Market and other markets including Motiganj Crossing remained silent throughout the day. Certainly you saw people looking in the windows of their houses in the morning and in the evening.

According to the representative of the Pakdi market, the effects of the closure have been observed in the Pakdi market of the Shorathgarh Police Station. All shops remained closed. Shops at Pakdi Bazar, Dhangarhia Reharwa Square, Babhani Jamhiriya and Lal Pur Square were closed. Those who roam the streets without work have been ordered by the police department to follow her.

According to the Biscohar representative, there was silence in Trilokpur and the neighboring areas of Itwa. At the same time, the effect of the weekly lockdown was observed in the extended area.

According to the Bansi representative, the effects of the weekly lockdown from the city to the rural areas became apparent. A few people could be seen in the street, all of them wearing masks. The police also went on duty by putting on masks.

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