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Mahajani, the largest gold and silver wholesale market in North India, closed till June 7

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After getting the exemption from the government, while markets across the country are opening, the wholesale markets of Old Delhi are increasing the closure one by one. The closure was earlier announced by Bhagirath Palace, the leading wholesale market for pharmaceutical and surgical goods and now Kucha Mahajani, the leading wholesale market of jewelery. There will be no business in Kucha Mahajani till June 7. There were complete preparations for the opening of Kucha Mahajani, all arrangements were made, but in view of the increasing cases of Corona, a decision has been taken to extend the detention till June 7.

The largest wholesale market for gold and silver in North India

Kucha Mahajani, located in Chandni Chowk, is the country’s premier gold wholesale market. From here, jewelery and raw gold are supplied to all major cities of North India, including Uttar Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Haryana, Punjab, Himachal, Uttarakhand, Madhya Pradesh and Bihar.

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According to Yogesh Singhal, president and wholesaler of The Bullion and Jewelers Association, Kucha Mahajani, Corona cases in Delhi are steadily increasing. They say that our market is very similar to the Bhagirath Palace, here the streets are very narrow. In such a situation, it is not possible to follow the rules of social distance. All traders in the market are apprehensive about the transition. An online meeting of traders was called, in which it was decided to close the market and business till June 7.

Preparations were made to open the market

The traders of Kucha Mahajani are suffering a lot due to the lockdown. Hence, traders were preparing to open the market for a long time. The market was sanitized by campaigning before the fourth phase of detention began. Along with this, machines have been installed in the market for spraying on customers. Despite these preparations, traders of Kucha Mahajani have now decided to keep the market closed till June 7 to prevent corona infection.

There is a possibility of loss of 18 thousand crores

A loss of six thousand crores is estimated as the market is closed till June 7. According to a trader, the loss should be estimated from May 20. Since May 20, all markets of Delhi are opening with the formula of Odd-Even, but Kucha Mahajani is closed. In such a loss of more than 18 thousand crores is possible. Due to the closure, the business of Kucha Mahajani has been greatly affected. According to traders, the wedding season and days like Akshaya Tritiya passed away in captivity. This caused damage. However, marriages have also come down this year.

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