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Indradhanu (ID) Market will remain closed for the next three days

Bhubaneswar:30/4/21:One of the busiest markets in the state capital, the Indradhanu (ID) Market will remain closed for the next three days. The Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation (BMC) officials along with Commissionerate Police sealed the market for the next 24 hours for violation of COVID-19 protocols on Friday.
As per reports, the BMC officials and police personnel conducted a raid on Friday morning at the market and found shoppers and shopkeepers violating the COVID-19 protocols.
Following this, the authorities sealed the market for violation of the COVID-19 guidelines. The market will therefore reopen on Monday (May 3) following the weekend lockdown on Saturday and Sunday.
Moreover, the officials expressed displeasure over violation of COVID-19 protocols even when the city is witnessing record-breaking spike in daily new cases.

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