KOLKATA: Major non-important commodity markets — Chandni Chowk, Prinsep Street, Ezra Street, Mango Lane and Canning Street, together with a number of others — in the central enterprise district will stay closed for the subsequent four days. Posta and another markets that take care of meals gadgets can be useful. The resolution was taken on Wednesday by the Confederation of West Bengal Trade Associations (CWBTA). The affiliation believes that it might assist break the corona chain.
CWBTA president Sushil Poddar stated: “We appeal to all our constituent associations to keep their markets, shops and establishment closed from Thursday till Sunday to break the chain of coronavirus. Please bear it in mind that Thursday is an election day and hence will have to be closed. The markets are scheduled to remain closed Saturday and Sunday as per a previous circular. So we just need to keep our shops closed for Friday to maintain the continuity and break the chain.”
CWBTA basic secretary Rajesh Bhatia identified that for the protection of all merchants, their employees, clients and most of the people, some advisory is being issued to curtail and comprise the pandemic. This contains working all markets/outlets/workplaces from 10am to 5pm and stay closed on Saturdays and Sundays. “Try to encourage work from home culture once again. Wearing of mask is compulsory for all staffers and customers. Offer free mask to customers not wearing one,” he stated.
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