The shops and businesses in Sindh to remain closed during the initial 10 days of Ramazan, as the provincial government and the traders have agreed on it.
The verdict was passed at a meeting that was held between the two parties for finalizing the SOPs regarding Ramazan.
An agreement was made that the malls, markets, businesses and shops will remain closed during the first 10 days of the blessed month.
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Traders will be permitted to do online business between 9 am to 3 pm from Monday to Thursday, as per the government of Sindh. The service of home delivery will also be permitted during this time frame.
But, the traders were told to strictly follow the precautionary steps while operating the businesses online. The businesses that would be found breaking the imposed rules and regulations would be closed.
Businesses and shops in the province of Sindh were closed at the end of last month as part of the lockdown measure as per the announcment made by the government.
The lockdown was put into effect in order to control the spread of the novel coronavirus.
On the other hand, the government of Balochistan has made the announcement that it would be providing Ramazan packages to the registered mosques.