DERA ISMAEL KHAN
On the other hands, when Eid-ul-Fitr approached, tailors stopped taking orders for sewing clothes and hung new booking boards outside shops to increase the demand for readymade garments.
According to the survey, tailors across the city stopped taking new orders for sewing garments due to the rush of work and time limit.
One tailor said that due to lockdown and closure of clothes shops before the arrival of Ramadan, citizens they could not buy cloth and give it for sewing, so now due to lack of time, it is not possible for them to sew in time. “The tailors have increased the sewing rates and the clothes are very expensive in the market, so I have decided to buy ready-made children’s clothes at reasonable prices and good prices,” said a resident who buys children’s clothes at the commissioner’s bazaar.