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Two west Delhi’s markets sealed for not following COVID-19 rules


New Delhi: The West Delhi district authorities on Sunday ordered the sealing of Punjabi Basti Market and Janta Market at Delhi’s Nangloi until November 30.

The resolution was taken after it was discovered that the assorted COVID-19 safety guidelines had been being brazenly flouted together with on social distancing and sporting of masks.

The District Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) in West Delhi issued the order on Sunday (November 22), directing for closure of the markets.

“The government directives for wearing face mask, physical physical distancing and other such COVID-19 safety measures were being flouted by both the vendors and shoppers in the two rehri-patri (street side) markets despite repeated instructions and warnings by officers,” an official mentioned.

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The district authorities, accompanied by police and North Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC) groups, carried out an inspection to make sure the closure of the markets and removing of encroachments in each the markets.

The motion comes two days after Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal mentioned his authorities didn’t want to shut any market, and had assured their associations to assist the federal government in stopping the unfold of COVID-19 an infection by means of these locations.

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