Indore, AboutGyan Representative Unlock Indore. On the very first day of the process of unlocking the city, rules were seen flying in many places. The disaster management committee on Monday gave the city a waiver with several restrictions. It was also said that everyone should follow the Corona Guideline. Last year too, there was an increase in cases of corona infection in two-three months after the unlock.
From Tuesday morning, the streets of the city were crowded like normal days. Long-time imprisoned townspeople flocked to markets to buy groceries. The law of physical distance flew fiercely. There was no arrangement to control the crowds outside the shops. The shutters of wholesale shops in the Malharganj area were closed but the Kherchi shops were crowded. Almost the same condition was also in Marothia market, however, at 12 o’clock in the afternoon, the police and the municipal corporation took over the front. Policemen were also seen giving strict advice to the people that shops will open tomorrow also so do not panic. Despite this, there was a hurry to buy groceries among its people.
Grocery shops were exempted, others also opened
The administration has allowed the grocery stores to open till 12 pm but other shopkeepers in the west areas of the city had also opened shops. These included food and drink shops. Policemen shut them down.
Crowd on the roads throughout the day
Unlak’s impact was seen on the streets of the city as well. There was movement like normal days. Neither the police nor the corporation’s action was seen at any crossroads. People kept coming and going without any hindrance.