In response to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's call for 'Janata Curfew,' traders from all over the country will close their shops on Sunday. Traders body CAIT gave this information on Friday. Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) General Secretary Pravin Khandelwal said, 'At the call of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, 7 crore traders across the country will participate in the Janata Curfew on Sunday, March 22 and close their shops. About 40 crore employees of the traders will stay at home during this period.

He said, about 15 lakh traders and about 35 lakh of their employees in Delhi will participate in the Janata Curfew. In his address to the nation on Thursday, PM Modi appealed to all Indians to stay home as much as possible to avoid getting infected by coronavirus. He said that the world has never seen such a great danger. The PM called for Janata Curfew between 7 am and 9 pm on March 22 and said that no citizen should go out of the house during this. Modi said the virus had affected many countries as much as the First World War and the Second World War had not affected it.

The Prime Minister told the people of the country that I need a few weeks, you have some time. Modi said that there is no cure for the coronavirus yet, the only way to avoid it is to stay indoors. He said, "I request all the people of the country to exit the house only when it is very important, try to do all the work from home."

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