Shopkeepers fume over odd-even protocol, ask govt to focus on hawkers
The Morning Standard|January 18, 2022
THE decision on the opening of shops on an odd-even basis has drawn flak from shopkeepers in the national capital.
PRIYANSHIS HARMA & PRERNA JAIN

The traders of the popular wholesale market Sadar Bazar expressed their protest against the system and curfew by the city government by tying black ribbons on their hands.

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