The traders of Nagpur city are not happy with the State’s decision on strict lockdown in the city which was taken to break the chain of the virus as the city is seeing another wave of the spread of the deadly virus.
With fear of loss in the business, Nagpur-based traders had been opposing the state’s decision through their silent protest. Coming to unite against the decision traders association has issued a 48 hours ultimatum to the administration to withdraw their decision of lockdown and have warned to restart operation in Sitabuldi Market from April 9 warned Sitabuldi Merchants Association here on Wednesday.
The traders clarified that they were complying with every necessary norm issued by the Administration since the lockdown came into effect last year. Even in 2021, from January to March which saw a gradual increase in the daily numbers every instruction from both the State and Union Government was followed by the traders. However, the lockdown was uncalled thus a series of protests broke out on Tuesday across the city. The traders union has issued 48 hours ultimatum to Administration to withdraw the lockdown or else they are going to find markets in the Sitabuldi area open on Friday informed Hussain Noorallah Ajani, Secretary, Sitabuldi Merchants Association.