Shops & restaurants await patrons, hope crowds will be back
The Morning Standard|January 29, 2022
EVEN a day after the DDMA passed the order to discontinue odd-even ordinance and the weekend curfew in light of declining Covid cases, hardly any crowds were noticed in the markets and restaurants.
PRIYANSHI SHARMA, PRERNA JAIN

Vikas Verma, a clothing store owner at Sarojini Nagar market, said, he see no change in business before or after the odd-even rule. “Maybe the crowds have got divided between all the shops as all of them have opened… We will get to know the exact situation after a day or two.”

However, a street vendor in the same market said he made good business during the oddeven rule. “The shops were closed and all the customers would come to buy from us. Our business has slowed down, but I am happy that everyone is getting to reopen their shops.

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