People more casual in second wave than first one, Telangana markets speak it
People more casual in second wave than first one, Telangana markets speak it

Even after Lockdown people are seem careless in Telangana. In relaxed hours amid Lockdown between 6 am and 10 am peoples seem gathered in crowd. While during the first wave, all shops and supermarkets used to ensure people maintain social distancing and keep hand sanitisers at the entrance. But now that seems to be missing. Big supermarkets check body temperature but now there is no emphasis on social distancing during the relaxed hours.


At relaxed hours of Lockdown, it is seem that all vegetable markets across the state are full with people buying vegetables as if tomorrow does not exist. And the worst part is neither the sellers or the buyers wear masks properly. A drive around different parts of the city like L B Nagar, Kothi, Abids, Punjagutta, Banjara Hills, Srinagar Colony to Hi-Tec city presented a disturbing tendency. Even after 10 am vehicles were seen moving.

Apart from open market place children were also seem playing cricket. Past 9 pm, in many places in Banjara Hills, roads particularly the inner roads like Krishna Nagar and Yousufguda, vehicles were seen plying and some cars with family members were also seen going around.

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