In the town of Bysanagar, there is a clear violation of the lockdown. Clothing store is opening. Why is it so crowded again? Police in Jajpur Road on Wednesday stormed a rally on Friday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck.
Although there are rules for essential goods stores to be open from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m., many do not comply. Clothing stores, etc., are opening, starting from the stationery. The fish market and the family market are overcrowded. Police in Jajpur Road reached the fish market on Wednesday and chased away the traders and khauti. The food court at Gopbandhu Square has also been repeatedly accused of violating the law. People who come here for food do not keep social distance. People are lining up for rice dal. Many of them do not wear masks. The rule of queuing at a distance of two yards is not observed here. Similarly, the Baheti Brothers clothing store in Gopbandhunagar was closed in front, but the business was reopened. Led by Tahsildar Sarat Chandra Mohapatra, the administration raided and sealed the shop. The owner, Sunil Baheti, was taken to the police station and detained.
Hundreds of customers were inside the house during the lockdown. Led by the tehsils, municipal executive officer Shuvendu Jena, Jajpur Road police officer Anil Kumar Mohanty, sub-inspector AR Sethi, municipal employee Amit Purohit and Kahnu Barik were present on the occasion. The shop was locked in front of the store during the administration’s raid, but the business continued in the backyard. Officers entered the house on the street. He was amazed by the large crowd inside the shop. Police stopped the customer and fined him Rs 400 for violating the law. The tehsildar had given so much to the police in the name of the owner. The sub-registrar’s office, on the other hand, has been accused of not enforcing the corona cut-off completely. Large numbers of people are gathering inside the office. Many do not wear masks and do not keep social distance. Instead of putting sanitizers outside the office, a bucket of water is being kept.