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Soni Razdan Asks 'where Are The Cops' On Market Crowd; Dolly Bindra Questions Over-pricing

Soni Razdan asked where the cops were after witnessing market crowd in Mumbai and termed it 'unbelievable.' Dolly Bindra questioned over-pricing of vegetables.

Soni Razdan asks 'where are the cops' on market crowd; Dolly Bindra questions over-pricing

It’s been more than a month of the lockdown in India over the COVID-19 pandemic. While the number of cases and deaths rising daily has been a concern, the manner in which the lockdown rules have been flouted in parts of the country has also been alarming. Not just leaders across political parties, even celebrities from the film industry have expressed their displeasure over some of the incidents.

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In the latest instance, the crowd at one of the markets in Mumbai infuriated Soni Razdan. As a video of a big crowd at a vegetable and fruit market in Mumbra surfaced on Twitter, the actor termed it ‘unbelievable’ and wondered where the police was.

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The Raazi star had earlier tweeted to Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray when the shops were closed in Mumbai’s Juhu.

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That was not the only complaint, even Dolly Bindra expressed her concern over overpriced vegetables in Goregoan area of Mumbai. The actor claimed vegetables were sold for Rs 100/kg. The former Bigg Boss star also reacted to BJP MLA Ashish Shelar’s video of a ‘reasonable vegetable van’, tagging Shiv Sena’s official handles, urging them to look into the matter and provide a solution for her grievance. 

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Meanwhile, the celebrities have also been raising their voice against numerous other violations of the lockdown like the attack on doctors, health workers amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Many have also lent support to various initiatives like urging the COVID-19-recovered patients to donate blood, initiative against domestic violence and some have also participated in informational campaigns of the government. Most of the stars have also contributed to the various relief funds, and come out to support the daily wage workers, as the lockdown continues till May 3.

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