Small traders organization Delhi government Wrote a letter to the request to reconsider the ‘odd-even’ rule of opening shops. Also informed that till Tuesday, about 4.5 crore shops have opened all over the country. Municipal corporations should carry out cleanliness drive to ensure cleanliness in the markets.
Confederation of All India Traders (CAT), Delhi’s Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal and Chief Minister Arvind kejriwal Has written to the letter asking them to reconsider the Odd-Even rule of opening shop. Because this arrangement only opened five lakh shops in Delhi on Tuesday. However, Kat said that there was no trade in any commercial market across the country, including Delhi. Because shopkeepers have opened shops after a long period of lockdown and are busy in cleaning up.
Kat said there is also a shortage of servants working at shops as more than 70 percent of the workforce has returned to their original residences. CAT general secretary Pravin Khandelwal said, “Most traders and trade associations in Delhi are not in favor of opening shops on the basis of the Odd-Even formula. The traders say that this rule will prevent the shops from opening completely and this will make the traders very dilemma. ”
He suggested that markets in Delhi should be divided into ten parts. Out of this, markets in five parts can be opened from 8 am to 1 am and the remaining five parts markets can be opened from 1 AM to 5 PM. Or they can be opened one day after another.