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Vegetable market closed down in Nagpur to avoid overcrowding

After the lockdown was announced by the PM in the media and is now being extended to 3 May, things have become stricter in the city. However, local people have been seen to be misbehaving and acting against the standards set by the World Health Organization (WHO), and the civic body has now decided to keep things strict in Nagpur. Now, the City Chief, Mr Tukaram Mundhe, has asked to shut down the two main markets in the city in order to avoid overcrowding. First, he ordered the vegetable markets of Reshimbaug Ground, Rajabaksha Ground, Gadikhana Ground and Budhwari Bazaar to close the same, and then he came out with his fresh order to close the two main markets of Cotton Market and Kalamna Market. The two markets were said to remain closed for further orders. This has therefore been a blow both to the local people and to the farmers who are now suffering from a vegetable crunch.

The key reason behind the market shutdown is the civil disobedience of local people. During the meeting, members of the farmer community saw the interweaving and obstruction of the social distances seen in the market and the public sector. In addition, the market was closed for the next few days along with 50 middlemen and 100 vehicles inside the market to avoid overcrowding. Stay tuned to know more about it and the rest of us.

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