Bakeries and book shops will also open for five days from today in Jammu

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Police personnel putting up a barrier at Bharat Mata Chowk.
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Jammu. From Monday, bakeries and book shops will also open in the district under essential services. These shops will remain open from Monday to Wednesday. The administration has also included these in essential services. In this regard, District Deputy Commissioner Anshul Garg has issued guidelines on Sunday. However, other activities will continue under the old roster.
At the same time, the weekend curfew in the city for the last 59 hours will also end at 7 am on Monday. The city’s markets will again be alive. Weekend curfew was strictly enforced on Sunday as well. Police personnel were stationed everywhere. The teams kept on patrolling. People who came out of their homes without reason were returned after giving warnings. The roads were cordoned off. During the weekend curfew, shops of essential goods were allowed to open from 6 am to 10 am, so that people did not face any problem. On Sunday too, there was some movement in the streets and alley neighborhoods for four hours, but after that there was silence again. At various squares of the city, policemen were seen asking the reason by stopping the drivers by putting up nakas. Vehicles coming from outside states were checked at the police block in Bari Brahmana on Jammu- Pathankot National Highway. Only after that they were allowed to go ahead.
which day the shops will open
According to the roster issued by District Deputy Commissioner Anshul Garg on May 30, permission has been given to open Megamarts, Grocery, Departmental Stores, Electronic and Computer shops, Automobile showrooms and Workshops, Cycle shops etc. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
At the same time, permission has been given to open clothes, cosmetic, tailor shops, jewelery shops, gift shops, typing and printing shops etc. on Tuesday and Thursday. At the same time, the State Executive Committee of the Disaster Management Committee has given approval to open liquor and barber shops five days a week.
Shopkeepers will get business back on track
Jammu. After the relaxation of Corona curfew, now the shopkeepers have also got hope of getting back on business track. The shopkeepers have got a lot of relief from the opening of the market from Monday to Friday evening.
Although shops are opening in rotation, shopkeepers say that it is better than complete curfew. Otherwise, there was a financial crunch due to the continuous closure of shops. The goods kept in the shops were also getting spoiled. Now gradually everything will return to normal as the rate of infection decreases.
Om Prakash, who extracts sugarcane juice, told that this time one month of the season has been spent in the house. Now started business in June. Earning less than expected. Earnings may increase in the coming days.

Jammu. From Monday, bakeries and book shops will also open in the district under essential services. These shops will remain open from Monday to Wednesday. The administration has also included these in essential services. In this regard, District Deputy Commissioner Anshul Garg has issued guidelines on Sunday. However, other activities will continue under the old roster.

At the same time, the weekend curfew in the city for the last 59 hours will also end at 7 am on Monday. The city’s markets will again be alive. Weekend curfew was strictly enforced on Sunday as well. Police personnel were stationed everywhere. The teams kept on patrolling. People who came out of their homes without reason were returned after giving warnings. The roads were cordoned off. During the weekend curfew, shops of essential goods were allowed to open from 6 am to 10 am, so that people did not face any problem. On Sunday too, there was some movement in the streets and alley neighborhoods for four hours, but after that there was silence again. At various squares of the city, policemen were seen asking the reason by stopping the drivers by putting up nakas. Vehicles coming from outside states were checked at the police block in Bari Brahmana on Jammu- Pathankot National Highway. Only then was he allowed to proceed.

which day the shops will open

According to the roster released by District Deputy Commissioner Anshul Garg on May 30, permission has been given to open Megamarts, Grocery, Departmental Stores, Electronic and Computer shops, Automobile showrooms and Workshops, Cycle shops etc. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

At the same time, permission has been given to open clothes, cosmetic, tailor shops, jewelery shops, gift shops, typing and printing shops etc. on Tuesday and Thursday. At the same time, the State Executive Committee of the Disaster Management Committee has given approval to open liquor and barber shops five days a week.

Shopkeepers will get business back on track

Jammu. After the relaxation in the Corona curfew, now the shopkeepers have also got hope of getting back on business track. The shopkeepers have got a lot of relief from the opening of the market from Monday to Friday evening.

Although shops are opening in rotation, shopkeepers say that it is better than complete curfew. Otherwise, there was a financial crunch due to the continuous closure of shops. The goods kept in the shops were also getting spoiled. Now gradually everything will return to normal as the rate of infection decreases.

Om Prakash, who extracts sugarcane juice, told that this time one month of the season has been spent in the house. Now started business in June. Earning less than expected. Earnings may increase in the coming days.

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