As the lockdown progressed, the pulses crowded the market

Gwalior. Due to the ongoing lockdown in the country for 21 days, on Tuesday, people hoped that now there would be relief in the lockdown, but as soon as ten o'clock on Tuesday morning, Prime Minister Narendra Modi extended the duration of the lockdown to 19 days. At the same time, those who had gone to take only ten kilos of flour increased their demand. Suddenly the demand of the people increased and the traders also got upset and informed the police. The police rushed to the spot as soon as the information was received and explained the situation to the people.

A 21-day lockdown was announced at the call of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to prevent infection of the corona virus. After the lockdown was declared, the sale of essential commodities was arranged from time to time by the police and administration. Along with this, online delivery of other important goods including grocery was started. Two days ago, the police made wholesale arrangements for grocery and vegetables. At the same time, due to the end of the lockdown announced on Tuesday, people hoped that the lockdown would end soon.

At the same time, on Tuesday, the administration had given instructions to supply Kherij at Dal Bazaar. From this morning, people arrived at other places including pulses market to get goods and made their order notes. But at ten o'clock, Prime Minister Narendra Modi extended the lockdown for 19 days instead of ending the lockdown due to the increasing corona cases. As soon as it came to know, those who came to get ten kilos of flour increased their demand. Seeing the sudden increased demand, the traders were upset and informed the police. As soon as the information was received, the police reached the spot and proceeded to explain to the people.

Police was on alert since morning

Since Tuesday morning, the police was alert for the crowd coming to the Dal market and advised those who arrived to pick up the goods from the morning that from time to time the administration would relax and they could buy their goods later. Also told that the goods of the need are being sent on order to their house through the Municipal Corporation and Sarva Gwalior app and other means.

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