Traders in Maharashtra protest lockdown

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Mumbai: The state government has declared a lockdown in several districts in view of the increasing cases of corona infection in Maharashtra. Traders are showing resentment. Now, in protest against the same lockdown, traders protested in some districts last Saturday. The traders who performed these demonstrations said, “We have been silent on the condition of the last whole year without trading, but now the lockdown cannot be tolerated again if it has happened.”

In fact, in view of the growing corona in Maharashtra, the administration has announced a lockdown in several districts like Latur, Beed, Parbhani, Osmanabad. It will only stop all services except emergency services. This is the worst impact on the trade. The lockdown from March in the year 2020 worsened the condition of the economy and traders. Now, once again, there is resentment in the traders.

So far, all we’re trying to come out of the previous loss, but once again suddenly the corona cases began to rise in the state after which the administration had to put a lockdown. Now, against this lockdown, the traders took a rally and protested. They say they are willing to obey all the rules of the corona but cannot accept the lockdown. All social services are banned in the state till 30th April.

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