The COVID black marketing is rampant

Oximeter for 3K
Lemon for Rs 150/Kilo
Coconut water for Rs 100
Oxygen Cylinder for 60K
Remdesivir injection for 45K
36K to bring dead body from Panipat to Faridabad.

It's not just Covid 19 which is killing India today. I dont know why Government departments are so inactive both Center Nd State.

If things continue like this perhaps Govts should lay off 50% of the staff than to devalue the currency more  

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This is the question of supply and demand. Another is basically Indians are Corrupt and honesty is not to be seen any where either at top or at bottom. more  
The aim to make profit or to gather an easy buck is always prevalent in India. It is the democracy to be blamed. Decision taking process is lengthy and blame game is very cheap. more  
Even if someone charges more the govt should with severest strictness take action against anyone not giving a proper bill with the paid amount mentioned. After deducting fair price of covid item which may or may not be taxable, govt should charge 33% income tax on the balance extra amount earned by that shop or ambulance or hospital or pharmacy and use this 33% amount for buying covid related medical items like ventilators, concentrators etc. Cash receipt should be a must. Ensure transaction is accounted for. more  
I agree with you I am unable to understand that why both central and state government are doing nothing . more  
Lemon,tender coconut are costlier during summer, where as other health related products should dispensed through non profitable organizations viz: senior citizens forum , Lions clubs, ladies association's etc.,at a price fixed by government. Proper cash memo to be issued extending warranty period, details of after sales service etc. I understand, there are government top officials in local circle, who, takes corrective steps to address the menace. more  
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