The traders in Karachi announced on Monday that they will be resuming their businesses from Ramazan 15.
Rizwan Irfan, the President of the Electronic Market Dealers Association said that initially the voice was raised from Karachi and now the traders all across the province are saying that they will re-open their shops from the 15th of this blessed month.
The government of Sindh has not given a single penny to any of the traders, as informed by Mr. Irfan.
The President of the Sindh Tajir Ittehad, Jameel Paracha said that they were under pressure from the traders to reopen the shops in the province.
He said that the people are fighting with them today and will start doing so with the government in the days to come.
He also issued a warning that people will start taking their lives owing to hunger and the traders would start lodging complaints against the CM House.
Sindh has been under the lockdown since 23rd March owing to the COVID-19 outbreak.
On the other hand, the government of Balochistan has extended the lockdown until the 19th of this month in order to curb the spread of coronavirus.