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Watch: Vegetables being sold at Mumbai expressway amid heavy traffic

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Watch: Vegetables being sold at Mumbai expressway amid heavy traffic

Watch: Vegetables being sold at Mumbai expressway amid heavy traffic

Heavy traffic jam was witnessed at the Sion-Panvel Expressway on June 01 amid Unlock-1.0 of coronavirus pandemic.

The trucks of vegetables were parked on the expressway and veggies were being sold over there.

Huge crowd gathered on expressway to buy essential commodities.

Social distancing norms were not followed by the locals.

34,890 confirmed cases of coronavirus have been reported in Maharashtra so far.

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