When country had less than 500 cases, decision taken overnight to shutdown the country.
When cases increased more than 1 lakh, country re-opened.
Strictness, control, punishment, everything gone down steadily after January. Campaigns, rituals, shopping malls, theaters, bars,....all came into functions.
When Court see single person in private car, its bound to pay penalty! Can't they see thousands gathers at campaigns and even leaders doesn't wear masks!
After first lockdown, protective items have sold abundantly at no control on price ! GST...cumilative income increased !
Now, let it spread, let people go mad with news and increased death polls...then run after vaccine...
By selling vaccine...Adaarwala become billionaire in 3 months !
Its somewhere seems like catching fish in troubled water ! more  

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Hey Sir,
You have a logic point but what's poonawala got to do with the dumb approach of your govt. on the pandemic.
he is an honest businessman and earning money is not a crime.
Crime is being committed by the authorities in making the citizens crawl in front of hospitals and crematoriums. more  
Most painful thing is that even in these extra ordinary circumstances, members of the bereaved family have to undergo all kind of ordeals including bribing of people at the helm of affairs. May God save the country.

Subhash Chander more  
We know nothing but learning from the experience and try to handle the case logically which lead to both success & failure. more  
The problem is that we don't want to follow any rule which affects our way of life because we want all comforts without working for it and without any considerations for fellow human beings. The moment our comfort is disturbed we blame the government. We blame the government for law and order problem and want a Policeman for each citizen. We want to have get-together, parties social functions etc to satisfy our ego and blame the Government if Corona spreads. Unless we live a disciplined life, Nation can never fully progress. more  
Rightly said, it is all game and we are just numbers for political system. more  
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