Khargone, April 15 (H.S.). Curfew imposed after the communal violence on Ram Navami in Khargone, Madhya Pradesh has been relaxed by two hours each morning and evening for the third consecutive day on Saturday. This discount will be for both men and women. All shops opened from 10 am to 12 am on Saturday morning and people came out of their homes to buy essential items. Permission has not been given to open religious places. That is why the temples are closed since morning on Hanuman Jayanti.

There will be relaxation in curfew in the city from 3 pm to 5 pm. During this, shops will remain open and people will be able to shop. People will be able to open vegetable, fruit, milk, grocery, medical, electric repairing, sweets and namkeen shops. People have not even been given permission to take the vehicle. People will have to go to the market and shop on foot. Except shops, five or more people will not be able to gather at other places. Earlier on Thursday and Friday also, the morning and evening curfew was relaxed. Superintendent of Police Rohit Kashwani says that now the situation is getting normal in Khargone. Special surveillance is being done in sensitive areas.