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Bhopal19 minutes agoAuthor: Sumit Pandey

The number 10 market is the only market in Bhopal, closing at 8 pm, two hours before the night curfew.

  • See how different areas of Bhopal look in the night curfew, here through the drone video…

In Madhya Pradesh’s capital Bhopal, more than 300 new cases of corona are coming up every day for 4 days. In view of this, the Shivraj government has imposed a night curfew in the capital on November 21, that is, Saturday from 10 to 6 in the morning. CM Shivraj also took a meeting on Sunday and said that the market is not to be closed, it causes loss.

The Bhaskar team showed the city and its major markets through drones in three time slots on Sunday night. 8 o’clock – before 8 o’clock market, after 8 o’clock and after 10 o’clock, when night curfew is imposed.

Traders closed the shops after 10 o'clock in the number 10 market.

Traders closed the shops after 10 o’clock in the number 10 market.

Some merchant organizations in the city voluntarily agreed to close the market from 8 pm to night, with the effect that number 10 and Bitton Market closed at 8 pm from day one. Only drug and liquor shops remained open. Its impact was not seen in New Market and Chowk-Sarafa, traders here closed the shops around 9 pm.

The market closed before the night curfew in the Chowk-Sarafa market and traders went home. There was silence in the streets, but tea shops remained open in the Budhwara market adjacent to it. Night curfew was effected at Hamidia Road, Nadra bus stand, but movement of vehicles continued.

After the number ten market closed, people were seen going towards their house.

After the number ten market closed, people were seen going towards their house.

7.30 pm – Ten Number Market
On Sunday, the number 10 market was packed with customers. The market is closed at 8 pm, so people are in a hurry to buy. Trains line up to Bittan Market. The adherence to social distancing did not appear at the stores. People wandered without masks. As of 8 o’clock, the number 10 shutters started falling in the market. Merchants closed shops by themselves and started going home. In 15-20 minutes, the entire market became silent. People were seen buying goods and leaving in a hurry.

8.30 pm – New Market
Fully open, the traders association here did not agree to close the market from 8 o’clock. A crowded crowd of people were seen at the shops in front of Hanuman temple. In Top and Town people were seen enjoying leisurely ice cream. Social distancing is missing here, people without masks are visible. The new market was completely closed after ten o’clock. There was silence at Roshanpura intersection and some vehicles were seen going home.

The movement of vehicles also reduced at Roshanpura intersection of New Market after 10 pm.

The movement of vehicles also reduced at Roshanpura intersection of New Market after 10 pm.

9 o’clock – Sarafa-Chowk Bazaar
Sarafa-chowk market was almost closed by 9 o’clock, only a few shops appeared here. Even the shutters in the streets were closed. There was silence in the clock tower due to the departure of shops and shopkeepers. The police car got out of the siren. In between, the policemen are giving advice on not closing the shop.

Some traders met, angered at being asked. Said – marriage is left for marriage for a few days, in that too, it is mandatory to close the market. Are already running into losses. Chamber of Commerce member Alok Jain Pancharatan said – Weddings are starting on 25th November, Devauthani Gyaras and will be till 15th December only. There is no Muhurta for weddings after this. At the same time, if there was little business, the government announced the imposition of night curfew in it. Then they are also wanting to close the market from 8 o’clock. In such a situation, the market will be more crowded.

Shops could not be closed till 10 o'clock in Budhwara of old Bhopal.  There was a crowd at the tea shops.

Shops could not be closed till 10 o’clock in Budhwara of old Bhopal. There was a crowd at the tea shops.

Budhwara Bazaar at 9.35 pm

Tea shops remained open in Budhwara market adjacent to Sarafa-Chowk market and there was a huge crowd. Policemen were also seen drinking tea here. The movement of vehicles was more on the roads.

After night curfew at 10.15 am
Shops closed after 10 pm at Hamidia Road, Nadra bus stand. The curfew was affected, but there was no restriction on the movement of vehicles. The police is passing the magic siren. The police kept checking barricades at the busiest Board Office intersection of the city, checking the movement of some vehicles on the roads, while everything else remained closed.

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