In the backdrop of the Jammu and Kashmir government’s determination of soothing the COVID-connected lockdown permitting people to buy essentials on Eid-ul-Adha eve, Srinagar witnessed customers thronging streets of Lal Chowk to obtain necessities in advance of the lockdown is re-imposed.
An unmasked cart vendor bargaining with the buyers who are remaining brushed past by other passersby amidst the hustle-bustle of the industry, this circumstance speaks volumes about the considerably multiplying Coronavirus cases in the Valley
Even as the demise toll has hit 358 in the Valley and the current good situations have surged to 18,879, people today in huge figures are witnessed defying protocols of social distancing, wearing masks and other COVID advisories.
The images captured by Basit Zargar has sparked discussion on social media as to why are lockdowns even lifted if a unique location is a hotspot.
Despite 18,876 scenarios, makeshift sacrificial animal markets & bakeries continue being crowded
On the situation of Eid, folks ended up also seen thronging makeshift sacrificial animal markets in Srinagar town. Bakeries in Kashmir see a significant number of shoppers and for the duration of the COVID lockdown, several are spotted mingling through the invest in, as for each reports.
As the authorities have determined to unwind the lockdown limits in Kashmir for a few days from Tuesday to let folks to make purchases in advance of the Eid-ul-Azha festival on Saturday, August 1. All masjids and shrines will continue to be closed for prayers.
Officials said that all the masjids and shrines will continue to be closed for prayers. The sale of animals will not be authorized on July 31, a working day in advance of the pageant.
Inspite of advisories that purchase the street sellers and stalls to keep spacing so as to stay clear of crowding and spiritual leaders inquiring persons to manage protocol there look to be no halting men and women. Many local physicians and authorities officers are expressing shock and indignation about the behaviour of the people today in marketplaces and streets.
The J-K administration experienced on July 22 re-imposed lockdown limits for six times in 9 out of the 10 districts of the Kashmir valley following a spike in the amount of Covid-19 instances.