Lockdown - will shops face losses - NO

If one thought that shops would face losses because of the lockdown, picture these, for some of them have moved their prices to a high pedestal, in Bangalore:
Coconut -₹56
Carrot - 1 kg 90, 500 gms 87
Camphor 100 (same quantity ₹45 at another shop)
Popular washing soap was ₹10 with 45 gms free, now same cost, smaller size 35 gms free
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Bangaluru is reach men city where renting an one bed room flat costs 30000 to 35000 pm. Hence the prices quoted seem to be justified. In many other indian cities the prices are just 50% or less. The price hike quoted for waqshing soap appears to be exagerated. more  
Scarcity even multiplies the Prices more  
Presently it is SUPPLY AND DEMAND time, and you have to buy it. There is no alternative. more  
LOCKDOWN HELPS ONLY POLITICIANS AND BABUS. PUBLIC IS BADLY AFFECTED more  
On account of locked down the market and the business community will no doubt face losses, but it is for a greater cause. People have already purchased their requirements or will be purchasing the required items. There is no need of panic. more  
It is every where throughout the country.Each and every item is sold at 50%higher rates.Who cares local area officers get free .General public suffers.shopkeepers say,the officers are performing very hard duty so they are serving these officers,in fact to keep the eyes and ears closed. more  
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