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Shops follow odd-even formula in Ludhiana

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Shops follow odd-even formula in Ludhiana

Shops follow odd-even formula in Ludhiana

The odd-even formula for opening of shops in Ludhiana on weekdays began from August 24.

Police marked shops with numbers to maintain a systematic track.

Rational behind odd-even is to avoid crowd amid coronavirus situation.

A fine of Rs 5,000 will be imposed on the violators.

A police official said, "Today shop number 2 will open and 1 will remain close.

And tomorrow shop number 1 will open and 2 will remain close."


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