Karachi traders protest against boundaries obligated on business activities
Traders in Karachi showed a protest against boundaries obligatory on business actions by the Sindh government to restraint the spread of covid.
A great number of traders get together close to the Boulton market, blocking MA Jinnah Road to press the provincial government to admit their request of letting business activities six days a week until 10 pm.
Businessmen Group chairman and Karachi Chambers of Commerce president in their combined announcement insisted the government have pity on owners of shops, cafes, and wedding halls.
They claimed that the government permits businesses to work six days a week until 10 pm and stated concern over traders and shop owners being forced to detect a starvation strike on roads for the approval of their valid demands.
If the boundaries are not reduced, many businesses now suffering losses would stop to exist and hundreds of thousands of individuals would pass away of starvation, scarcity, unemployment, and anxiety, they added.
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