New rule to protect against corona: five rupees fee for going to market, fined 500 rupees if spent more than one hour

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Another remedy is now in the news due to the Corona epidemic forcing it to try a variety of measures. The Nashik district administration in Maharashtra has imposed a fee of five rupees for entering the market to overcome the corona infection. This fee will be valid for one hour. A fine of Rs 500 will be imposed for staying in the market for more than an hour.

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A ticket of five rupees has been issued with a view to not allowing too much crowd in the market. No ticket will be allowed to enter the market. Commissioner of Police Deepak Pandey said – We are taking different steps to stop the infection in Nashik, to save the city from lockdown, it is necessary to buy tickets before entering the market. The market will be sealed from all sides and opened from one place only so that visitors can be monitored. People inside the market will not be allowed to come out. Passers have been issued to street vendors and fruit and vegetable vendors.

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