Smaller vendors and members of the general public have been swarming the market in the past two weeks to make last-minute purchases, causing considerable crowding.
One of Asia’s largest wholesale markets, Delhi’s Sadar Bazar, is experiencing considerable foot traffic as Dhanteras and Diwali approach, and sellers are relieved. The Covid-19 epidemic has negatively impacted this market’s operations over the past two years.
The removal of the limitations, which included the requirement to wear masks, has increased sales, according to traders.
“Business has picked up a bit during the last few weeks, so things are getting better. The Covid-19 outbreak caused traders to lose a lot of money over the last two years. It is past time for folks to visit the marketplaces again. However, it is up to the police and the district administration to make sure that nothing unpleasant happens,” according to Sadar Bazar seller Harjeet Singh.
In the marketplace, warnings to keep an appropriate distance and not push others are frequently issued. Smaller vendors and members of the general public have been swarming the market in the past two weeks to make last-minute purchases, causing considerable crowding.
According to district administration authorities, plans are being made with the police, civil defense volunteers, and to control the throng.
“We have deployed additional force at all the marketplaces to manage the crowds,” a senior police official stated. A sufficient number of people have been deployed to uphold law and order.