Traders should be allowed to open markets along the lines of Haryana

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Traders should be allowed to create markets along the lines of Haryana. to open
Pubic. The district’s merchants, fed up with the ongoing Corona curfew for a month, are calling for all stores to be open eight hours a day, five days a week from June 1, like other states including Haryana. Traders say the government should only continue the corona curfew on Saturday and Sunday.
Due to the increasing risk of infection from Corona, the government has decided to continue the regular Corona curfew in the first week of April, Saturday-Sunday, later in May. For the past month, during the Corona curfew in the district, there has been a loss of Rs 1,800 crore to Rs 2,000 crore due to the closure of all industries, shops and market halls. The situation is that the day laborers and workers are faced with the crisis of existence.
The Shamli district had a turnover of Rs 70-80 crore per day. During the Corona period it was reduced to just ten to fifteen million rupees. In the month of May alone, an estimate of Rs 1800 crore to Rs 2,000 crore is made due to the closure of industries and commercial operations in the district during the Corona period. Ghanshyam Das Garg, President of Western Uttar Pradesh Joint Udyog Vyapar Mandal, says that the district’s traders will be after the 31st of the evening. Uttar Pradesh Industry Trade Representative Board Vice President Ankit Goyal says permission will be given to open all trades in Haryana from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. The graph of the corona cases has dropped in the Shamli district. Due to the decline in the Corona chart, the government should allow traders here to open the market by granting market opening permission.

Traders should be allowed to create markets along the lines of Haryana. to open

Pubic. The district’s merchants, fed up with the ongoing Corona curfew for a month, are calling for all stores to be open eight hours a day, five days a week from June 1, like other states including Haryana. Traders say the government should only continue the corona curfew on Saturday and Sunday.

Due to the increasing risk of infection from Corona, the government has decided to continue the regular Corona curfew in the first week of April, Saturday-Sunday, later in May. For the past month, during the Corona curfew in the district, there has been a loss of Rs 1,800 crore to Rs 2,000 crore due to the closure of all industries, shops and market halls. The situation is that the day laborers and workers are faced with the crisis of existence.

The Shamli district had a turnover of Rs 70-80 crore per day. During the Corona period it was reduced to just ten to fifteen million rupees. In the month of May alone, an estimate of Rs 1800 crore to Rs 2,000 crore is made due to the closure of industries and commercial operations in the district during the Corona period. Ghanshyam Das Garg, President of Western Uttar Pradesh Joint Udyog Vyapar Mandal, says that the district’s traders will be after the 31st of the evening. Uttar Pradesh Industry Trade Representative Board Vice President Ankit Goyal says permission will be given to open all trades in Haryana from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. The graph of the corona cases has dropped in the Shamli district. Due to the decline in the Corona chart, the government should allow traders here to open the market by granting market opening permission.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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