Shops Closed After Five O’clock

Shops closed after five o'clock

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Gurugram. After increasing the corona infection, the state government has increased the strictness. Its massive impact was visible in the markets on Sunday. Barring essential services, other shops were closed after 5 pm. However, catering, grocery, grain market, vegetable market, tea shops, medical stores, hospitals remained open. However, hotels, restaurants, liquor shops, courtyards, pubs and bars operated at half capacity till 10 pm. All other shops and showrooms started closing from 4.30 pm onwards. By five o’clock the other shops were closed.
Along with Gurugram, the same strictness was seen in Manesar, Pataudi and other places. The same scene remained in the city mall as well. Strictness was increased in Sahara Mall and Metropolitan Mall from 4.30 pm onwards. There, only those going to the pub and bar were allowed inside after 4.30 pm, the rest of the normal shoppers were sent back. The police warned them by writing the names of the shopkeepers who did not follow it.
Due to the new ban, shopkeepers are worried that if most of the shops will be closed at five o’clock in the evening, then how will their business be done..? Customers leave after one o’clock in the afternoon and shoplifting takes place only in the evening. The remaining shoplifting due to the new rules will also go away. At the same time, if the supply chain falters due to all the restrictions, then food inflation can increase.
Former DCP Mushtaq Ahmed said that restaurants, hotels, bars and pubs operating in the mall will open with half capacity till 10.30 pm. The mall’s showrooms including textiles, readymade, sports, kids and jewelery will be closed till 5.45 pm. Similarly, shops of essential commodities will remain open in all other markets including Sadar Bazar. This includes food items, vegetables, grocery, general stores, provision stores, hotels, restaurants, liquor shops and bars. Rest of the shops will be closed at 5 pm. The shops which are being closed at 5 pm include textile, jewellery, readymade, footwear, cosmetic, beauty parlor, gym, stationery, book depot, electric, electronic, hardware, plastic products, sanitary, building material, iron and others. Businesses include metal shops, decorative items, home decorators, car decorators, car and bike showrooms, among others.

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Gurugram. After increasing the corona infection, the state government has increased the strictness. Its massive impact was visible in the markets on Sunday. Barring essential services, other shops were closed after 5 pm. However, catering, grocery, grain market, vegetable market, tea shops, medical stores, hospitals remained open. However, hotels, restaurants, liquor shops, courtyards, pubs and bars operated at half capacity till 10 pm. All other shops and showrooms started closing from 4.30 pm onwards. By five o’clock the other shops were closed.

Along with Gurugram, the same strictness was seen in Manesar, Pataudi and other places. The same scene remained in the city mall as well. Strictness was increased in Sahara Mall and Metropolitan Mall from 4.30 pm onwards. There, only those going to the pub and bar were allowed inside after 4.30 pm, the rest of the normal shoppers were sent back. The police warned them by writing the names of the shopkeepers who did not follow it.

Due to the new ban, shopkeepers are worried that if most of the shops will be closed at five o’clock in the evening, then how will their business be done..? Customers leave after one o’clock in the afternoon and shoplifting takes place only in the evening. The remaining shoplifting due to the new rules will also go away. At the same time, if the supply chain falters due to all the restrictions, then food inflation can increase.

Former DCP Mushtaq Ahmed said that restaurants, hotels, bars and pubs operating in the mall will open with half capacity till 10.30 pm. The mall’s showrooms including textiles, readymade, sports, kids and jewelery will be closed till 5.45 pm. Similarly, shops of essential commodities will remain open in all other markets including Sadar Bazar. This includes food items, vegetables, grocery, general stores, provision stores, hotels, restaurants, liquor shops and bars. Rest of the shops will be closed at 5 pm. The shops which are being closed at 5 pm include textile, jewellery, readymade, footwear, cosmetic, beauty parlor, gym, stationery, book depot, electric, electronic, hardware, plastic products, sanitary, building material, iron and others. Businesses include metal shops, decorative items, home decorators, car decorators, car and bike showrooms, among others.

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