Three-day lockdown, shoppers gathered in the market – 82-hour curfew, shoppers gathered in the market

After a three-day lockdown, buyers gathered in the market
Farrukhabad On Friday, when the three-day lockdown (82 hours) was declared, people flocked to the market to buy everyday items. People kept shopping for milk, groceries, and pan masala, etc. The police started closing the shops in the evening.
The government extended the lockdowns over the weekend to contain the rapidly growing corona infection. Now all markets are closed from eight a.m. on Friday evening to six a.m. on Tuesday. Only emergency services are carried out during this time. Home and small industries are also allowed to operate.
During this 82-hour break, people reached the market early in the morning to shop for household items. People bought by the most rationed items. Apart from that, people were also seen filling pan masala, cigarettes, etc.
Aside from Linjiganj, the city’s Ghumna Bazaar, the vegetable market was crowded. From seven o’clock in the evening, police vehicles with sirens drove on the streets. Shopkeepers started packing. At half past eight all shops were closed. There was silence in the market. The number of passengers at the bus stand also seemed to be quite small.
Crowd in liquor stores too
There was also a large crowd in all of the city’s liquor stores, both domestic and overseas. People were seen with alcohol for several days. The sale of spirits lasted until 9 a.m. in some places.

After a three-day lockdown, buyers gathered in the market

Farrukhabad On Friday, when the three-day lockdown (82 hours) was declared, people flocked to the market to buy everyday items. People kept shopping for milk, groceries, and pan masala, etc. The police started closing the shops in the evening.

The government extended the lockdowns over the weekend to contain the rapidly growing corona infection. Now all markets are closed from eight a.m. on Friday evening to six a.m. on Tuesday. Only emergency services are carried out during this time. Home and small industries are also allowed to operate.

During this 82-hour break, people reached the market early in the morning to shop for household items. People bought by the most rationed items. Apart from that, people were also seen filling pan masala, cigarettes, etc.

Aside from Linjiganj, the town’s Ghumna Bazaar, the vegetable market was packed with people. From seven o’clock in the evening, police vehicles with sirens drove on the streets. Shopkeepers started packing. At half past eight all shops were closed. There was silence in the market. The number of passengers at the bus stand also seemed to be quite small.

Crowd in liquor stores too

There was also a large crowd in all of the city’s liquor stores, both domestic and overseas. People were seen with alcohol for several days. The sale of spirits lasted until 9 a.m. in some places.

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