It has almost been 6 months since the pandemic started, and still, the adverse effects are faced by us. The pandemic has not yet gone instead the cases are rising at a very high speed in India. The coronavirus mark has crossed 7 lakh cases in India with deceased breaching 20,000.
Since the pandemic started many guidelines have come and gone. Washing hands in intervals for at least 20 seconds, using hand sanitizers and covering face using face maks have been essential things.
To save yourself from the infection these were the primary things that were advised. Therefore India listed these things under ‘essential commodities’ on March 14. Under the Essential Commodities Act, govt was allowed to fix the price and cap on people stocking up the essential services.
Most essential in pandemic isn’t essential, so, people can play with hoarding? @RKRadhakrishn @dhanyarajendran @sumanthraman @navikakumar @MoHFW_INDIA @sriramulubjp @rsprasad @lawminindia
Do we know where we are going?
— Makkal Nīthi maiyam (@MakalNithiMaiam) July 7, 2020
Corona go on Corona gone
— Ajay Kumar (@AjayKum57583507) July 7, 2020
Masks and sanitiser removed from the list of essential commodities under the the Essential Commodities Act
— The Times Of India (@timesofindia) July 7, 2020
Hoarding and black marketeering would become criminal offences. Regulations regarding price control can’t be imposed.
— Purva Agarwala (ppurva) (@TheSphinxSpeaks) July 7, 2020
Wow apparently #COVIDー19 is gone from India
— Obi waned (@Ob1waned) July 7, 2020
What’s your say on this?