Govts regressive move

Of taking out sanitizers and masks from essential commodity list. Adding 3 months back had reduced price of sanitizer 50 rs for 100 ml.

Has the pandemic ended in Govt eyes. If not why take them out and let the industry esp fly by the night operators overcharge again. Very random. Consumer Affairs officials must answer. more  

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Great business idea! more  
There is need to remain alert about the quality/availability of sanitizers
as well as other precautions like good quality mask, social distancing.
I have seen many women putting on very thin headscarf/dupatta to cover face and walking in parks/markets. This is not a ritual. The people
having casual approach towards COVIB-19 precautions should be penalized on daily basis as the worst is yet to come. more  
Govt's explanation for taking these items off essential items is that the notification to bring these under essential commodities expired on 30/06/2020, since these items are available a plenty now, the notification was not re-issued. Actual practice there must have been an understanding with manufacturers to reduce the prices, during covid times & they will be given a chance to squeeze the public after wards, some states have already made it mandatory to wear mask for the next 1year. more  
can anyone reply how any government can manage a country of the size of India with democracy as the
form of govt with three major paranormal issues 1. general global economic down trend which started
before Covid-2019 2.Covid-2019 plandemic ( economic packages given as a result) 3. war like
scenario
It is imp to ascertain the paranormal strain that is being undergone before coming to a conclusion
On 7 Jul 2020 20:43, Sarita Ravichandran <support@localcirclesmail.com> wrote: more  
I think the business men have made huge money even with the capped price. Now they will go in for the loot. Who is bothered about the common men. more  
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