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Noida police shuts down meat shops for Navaratri festival despite no order

Noida police shuts down meat shops for Navaratri festival despite no order

New Delhi: The Noida police have reportedly shut down meat shops in the area for the on-going Navaratri festivities from September 26 when no government order asked them to do so.

Even as the district administration and police have not issued any shut-down order, police went ahead with their plan all the same, indicates a report in India Today.

One shopkeeper reportedly said that local police have all the shops around puja tent closed, as well as instructing shopkeepers not to open them for nine days.

The report said that neither the District Magistrate nor the police has officially issued any closure order.

Noida DM Suhas LY and Joint Police Commissioner Luv Kumar told Aajtak that no such order was issued by them to shut meat shops.

The senior officials, however, were quoted as saying that police can't do anything when a shopkeeper closes the shop on his own.

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