Trade – markets shone, business got hope

People enjoying dosa sambar in the fast food corner of the town hall in Shahjahanpur on Monday evening. conversation
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Shahjahanpur. Following permission to open shops from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Monday, the market stayed busy until late at night. While people shop in the mall, they enjoyed street food in the evenings. There was a huge crowd in the Chaat and Dosa stores.
Shops in various shops opened in the market from morning as usual, but for the first three to four hours only the grocery stores and the small vegetable market of Bahadurganj Galla Mandi were overcrowded. After three o’clock in the day, the crowd started to grow, and then customers came to stores selling clothes, utensils, cosmetics, dishes, general stores, etc. The crowd on the street grew larger than usual.
Due to the standing of fruit and checkerboard carts on the narrow road from Shri Durga Mata Mandir to the rickshaw stand in Chowk Mandi, it became difficult for people to walk away.
In Bahadurganj Galla Mandi, there was a jam of vehicles with goods from outside retailers, while the bulk shopping of grocery grains and groceries continued until the afternoon until Lohamandi Tiraha. From Galla Mandi to Pacharaha, when traffic jams came through the crowd, the outpost police began patrolling and began removing vehicles from the streets.
Meanwhile, traffic police collected fines by taking vehicles from people traveling without a mask in places like Islamia Tiraha, Kachari Square, Kavi Tiraha behind the Municipal Corporation Office, Lal Tamarind Square, etc. They were seen chaat and dosa in many places in the evenings enjoy while standing on the cart. Many people also went shopping in various malls.

Restaurants are open, but fewer people have come
Shahjahanpur. The operators breathed a sigh of relief after receiving permission to open the restaurant on Monday. Restaurants opened on Monday but the number of customers was not as expected. Restaurant operators hope their business will get back on track in the times to come. conversation

Traders talk
Given the decline in corona cases, it is a good decision by the government to allow the market to open from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. and help improve the business situation. Now the government should also consider introducing one day a week instead of two days a week.
-Mukesh Modi, State Secretary General of the Mishra Group of the Youth Industries Trade Board

Because the market was closed until 7 p.m., workers were shopping, but traders could not leave with their families. With the market open until 9 a.m., merchant families can also roam. The two-day weekly bandh is necessary so that people are always aware that the Corona is not over yet.
Gurprakash Singh Hora, President of the Govindganj Market Welfare Committee

Nobody may inappropriately take advantage of the easing of the market system. Instructions were given to run a campaign to collect fines from those who walk around the markets without masks.
Ramsevak Dwivedi, ADM administration

Shahjahanpur. Following permission to open shops from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Monday, the market stayed busy until late at night. While people shop in the mall, they enjoyed street food in the evenings. There was a huge crowd in the Chaat and Dosa stores.

Shops in various shops opened in the market from morning as usual, but for the first three to four hours only the grocery stores and the small vegetable market of Bahadurganj Galla Mandi were overcrowded. After three o’clock in the day, the crowd started to grow, and then customers came to stores selling clothes, utensils, cosmetics, dishes, general stores, etc. The crowd on the street grew larger than usual.

Due to the standing of fruit and checkerboard carts on the narrow road from Shri Durga Mata Mandir to the rickshaw stand in Chowk Mandi, it became difficult for people to walk away.

In Bahadurganj Galla Mandi, there was a jam of vehicles with goods from outside retailers, while the bulk shopping of grocery grains and groceries continued until the afternoon until Lohamandi Tiraha. From Galla Mandi to Pacharaha, when traffic jams came through the crowd, the outpost police began patrolling and began removing vehicles from the streets.

Meanwhile, traffic police collected fines by taking vehicles from people traveling without a mask in places like Islamia Tiraha, Kachari Square, Kavi Tiraha behind the Municipal Corporation Office, Lal Tamarind Square, etc. They were seen chaat and dosa in many places in the evenings enjoy while standing on the cart. Many people also went shopping in various malls.



Restaurants are open, but fewer people have come

Shahjahanpur. The operators breathed a sigh of relief after receiving permission to open the restaurant on Monday. Restaurants opened on Monday but the number of customers was not as expected. Restaurant operators hope their business will get back on track in the times to come. conversation



Traders talk

Given the decline in corona cases, it is a good decision by the government to allow the market to open from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. and help improve the business situation. Now the government should also consider introducing one day a week instead of two days a week.

-Mukesh Modi, State Secretary General of the Mishra Group of the Youth Industries Trade Board



Because the market was closed until 7 p.m., workers were shopping, but traders could not leave with their families. With the market open until 9 a.m., merchant families can also roam. The two-day weekly bandh is necessary so that people are always aware that the Corona is not over yet.

Gurprakash Singh Hora, President of the Govindganj Market Welfare Committee



Nobody may inappropriately take advantage of the easing of the market system. Instructions were given to run a campaign to collect fines from those who walk around the markets without masks.

Ramsevak Dwivedi, ADM administration

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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