Weekend closure: shops closed, streets abandoned – weekend closure: shops closed, streets are deserted

The police question the people who came out during the lockdown in Saxena Chowk.
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Weekend closure: shops closed, streets remain deserted
Maharajganj. Shops in urban and rural areas were closed on Sunday for the second day of the weekend lockdown. Only shops for essential services remained open. There was no movement of people in the streets. The streets from the freeway into the city were deserted. The fear of corona infection is that people won’t leave their homes. To prevent unnecessary movement on the streets and to track the installation of masks, police officers left places to warn people who were coming out of their homes unnecessarily.
Police officers were seen active in Saxena Chowk town. Later that afternoon, the streets were quiet. Sonauli was silent even at the border. According to an investigation, people from India to Nepal and from Nepal to India were given permission to move people. Security personnel closely monitor the border areas. Police patrolled and took stock of the weekend lockdown. In addition to the Maharajganj community, employees in Siswan, Nichlaul, Parataval, Farenda, Ghughli, Sonouli and Nautanwan Nagar were rehabilitated. SP Pradeep Gupta said that the corona policy is strictly followed. Police personnel and investigations also motivate people to put on masks and maintain social distance.
According to the ninth dialogue representative, all shops except for the essential services remained closed on Sunday during the weekend lockdown. Assistant collector Pramod Kumar toured the area. Meanwhile, passers-by interviewed. If you give strict instructions to those who leave the house unnecessarily, you will be warned of re-entry measures. SDM said visits were made to the Laxmipur, Mohanapur, Samardhira, Sampatiha, Adda Bazar, etc. areas of the Nautanwan Tehsil area.
The passenger train did not run on the day of the closure
Ninth. The passenger trains No. 05377 and 05378, which go from Nautanwan Station to Gorakhpur, are closed for two days due to being closed at the weekend. This train went from Nautanwan Station to Gorakhpur every day at 6am. The superintendent of the station, Zafar Alam Ansari, said that the movement of the passenger train on Saturday and Sunday was canceled due to the blockage according to the order of the railway administration. This train runs on Monday. conversation

Weekend closure: shops closed, streets remain deserted

Maharajganj. Shops in urban and rural areas were closed on Sunday for the second day of the weekend lockdown. Only shops for essential services remained open. There was no movement of people in the streets. The streets from the freeway into the city were deserted. The fear of corona infection is that people won’t leave their homes. In order to avoid unnecessary movements on the streets and to watch the installation of masks, police officers left places without warning to those who came out of their homes unnecessarily.

Police officers were seen active in Saxena Chowk town. Later that afternoon, the streets were quiet. Sonauli was silent even at the border. According to an investigation, people from India to Nepal and from Nepal to India were given permission to move people. Security personnel closely monitor the border areas. Police patrolled and took stock of the weekend lockdown. In addition to the Maharajganj community, employees in Siswan, Nichlaul, Parataval, Farenda, Ghughali, Sonauli and Nautanwan Nagar were rehabilitated. SP Pradeep Gupta said the corona policy is strictly followed. Police personnel and investigations also motivate people to put on masks and maintain social distance.

According to the representative of the Nautan Dialog, all shops remained closed, with the exception of essential services on Sunday during the weekend lockdown. Assistant collector Pramod Kumar toured the area. Meanwhile, passers-by interviewed. If you give strict instructions to those who leave the house unnecessarily, you will be warned of re-entry measures. SDM said that in Nautanwan Tehsil Laxmipur, Mohanapur, Samardhira, Sampatiha, Adda Bazar etc. were visited.

The passenger train did not run on the day of the closure

Ninth. The passenger trains No. 05377 and 05378, which go from Nautanwan Station to Gorakhpur, are closed for two days due to being closed at the weekend. This train went from Nautanwan Station to Gorakhpur every day at 6am. The station’s superintendent Zafar Alam Ansari said the movement of the passenger train on Saturday and Sunday was canceled due to the lockdown ordered by the railway administration. This train runs on Monday. conversation

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