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Delhi: Three markets in Seelampur shut for violating Covid-19 norms

The Delhi Authorities has ordered the closure of three markets in North East Delhi’s Seelampur space until December 31 or till additional orders for violating Covid-19 norms.

The three markets which were shut until 10 pm on Friday are Seelampur fruit market, C,D and F block markets, and Nehru Market.

“We acquired info that shopkeepers, distributors and other people at Seelampur market weren’t following social distancing and different covid-related norms. The rules/instructions had been being contravened at these markets which can result in the virus spreading additional,” Sharat Kumar, the Sub Divisional Justice of the Peace (SDM) at Seelampur, mentioned.

The SDM added that they’d held a gathering earlier with market associations and anxious stakeholders and requested everybody to observe Covid-19 norms and put-up signal boards urging individuals to put on masks and observe social distancing norms.

“They had been additionally requested to open retailers as per the odd-even plan however that, too, was not adopted. Subsequently, hereby order to shut the fruit market, C,D & F block markets and Nehru Market in Seelampur are hereby closed with quick impact from 4 pm on December to until 10 pm on December 31 or until additional orders,” the order learn.

The district officers mentioned that solely important retailers will likely be allowed to open and strict motion will likely be taken in opposition to shopkeepers if they’re discovered violating Covid-19 pointers.

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