The Gulf man, in his mid-40s, said this following the forced closure of Hohola market this morning.
Police moved into the bus stop area under the incomplete overhead bridge to stop people congregating. Betelnut sellers scattered in all directions.
Police then broke open a bag of betelnut which they had confiscated earlier and scattered the contents across the street. The whole area, at that moment, was thrown into chaos.
TST, RH and all other shops have closed down.
Evare says the market people should be left alone to do their daily business.