Guwahati News Desk: The popular street eateries of Panbazar were seen abandoned after the administration imposed a curfew in Guwahati amid rising cases of COVID-19 across the State.
In the normal days, food lovers were seen flouting the eateries as it’s a great way to spend time with family and friends as well.
These shops highly reliant on the students of Cotton University, Handique colleges, etc but due to the closure of such institutions businesses have doomed undeniably.
While speaking to a fast food vendor about their thoughts on the curfew imposed and the business loss they are facing in this period, he said, “Since the virus has devastated normal lifestyle of people, street food vendors like us have been affected endlessly as lots of people use to gather during the normal days to eat. However, online food deliveries have helped the restaurant and dhaba owners of Guwahati, but what about us? We are in a position where we could not even complain nor could find a solution as the covid protocols hinders our business timings. Thus, street food vendors are destined to face heavy loss making it hard for us to earn daily essential commodities.”