Outdoor Bazaars and Shopping Complexes In Sgr To Be Open Only On Monday and Thursday

SRINAGAR: The Srinagar district administration has only allowed the opening of shops on a rotation basis on Monday and Thursday in a week.

As per the order issued by the District Magistrate Srinagar, standalone shops of all types shall be allowed to open only on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays.

The order states the outdoor Bazaars and Outdoor Shopping complexes shall be allowed to operate only on Mondays and Thursdays, starting from Monday, May 31, 2021, in the following manner:

Markets having Shops on both sides of the Road: Shops on one side of the road only shall open on a particular day/date, the other side shall remain closed completely, the sequence of opening shall be on a Rotation basis.

Markets having shops on one side of the Road only: Odd-numbered shops to open on Mondays, even-numbered shops to open on Thursdays (Joint Commissioner Administration, SMC to ensure proper numbering of shops wherever required.

Shopping complexes/ equivalent business establishment: only alternate shops shall open on a rotation basis.

Indoor shopping malls; 25 per cent of shops inside the malls shall be allowed to operate on a given day. Owner/Manager of the mall shall carry outnumbering of the shops and accordingly come up with the roaster of operating within the allowed capacity and submit the same with DDMA, Srinagar for issuance of orders for opening.

Barbershops/Saloon/Beauty parlors shall be allowed to open only on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays.

Restaurants shall be allowed to open on all days (except on Saturdays & Sundays) only for Home delivery of orders and room service of residents. No entry of customers shall be permitted even for self take-away of orders.

Sportspersons shall be allowed to resume their training and activities in outdoor sports-stadia/ground. However indoor sports activities shall not be allowed. ix. Public transport (Matadors/Minibusses/Buses/Taxies and Cabs etc.) shall be permitted to ply only at 50 per cent of authorized seating capacity.

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