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Schools,Coachings and offices gone online but Govt stopped products like laptop,mobile,internet devices ,routers Sale via online modes! How do people copeup who lack these resources ??

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Terribly shitty move considering classes and office have gone online. Many people needs basic resources to cope up, attending video conference via mobile instead of laptop is as difficult as climbing everest without any resources !

How can government listen to unjust demands by Shopkeeper association and let Consumers and general public face troubles !

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Borrow a laptop from friend until lockdown ends. Pay him/her some money if needed.
Have call centres become operational? If yes, how are employees commuting? Metro and other public transport is non operational

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cocay wrote:

Borrow a laptop from friend until lockdown ends. Pay him/her some money if needed.
Have call centres become operational? If yes, how are employees commuting? Metro and other public transport is non operational

I am at home and i have all these in plethora but what these petty shopkkepers together did and govt supported them is detrimental to modern society and their thinking has stooped below sea level

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siddudeagarwal wrote:

I am at home and i have all these in plethora but what these petty shopkkepers together did and govt supported them is detrimental to modern society and their thinking has stooped below sea level

Govt did the right thing.
You can’t allow one set of business to operate while lock the other at home.
Govt was wrong in allowing eCommerce to operate from apr 20 in the first place

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siddudeagarwal wrote:

I am at home and i have all these in plethora but what these petty shopkkepers together did and govt supported them is detrimental to modern society and their thinking has stooped below sea level

R u really Indian? These shopkeepers are the backbone of our economy. Even if Amazon & Flipkart (now owned by Walmart) don’t operate in India then also they can survive very easily but if these shopkeepers stop their shops then it will end up creating total chaos. There would be theft everywhere, people would start killing each other just to get 1 time meal.

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cocay wrote:

Govt did the right thing.
You can’t allow one set of business to operate while lock the other at home.
Govt was wrong in allowing eCommerce to operate from apr 20 in the first place

Govt advisors are dumb, its unfair to keep shops closed and let only FK/Amazon enjoy commissions.

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sardasa wrote:

R u really Indian? These shopkeepers are the backbone of our economy. Even if Amazon & Flipkart (now owned by Walmart) don’t operate in India then also they can survive very easily but if these shopkeepers stop their shops then it will end up creating total chaos. There would be theft everywhere, people would start killing each other just to get 1 time meal.

I hope your next laptop mobile ac tv purchase is from local a store..

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Now some are (really) confused about which side to take.. confused

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Simbha3 wrote:

I hope your next laptop mobile ac tv purchase is from local a store..

I did buy my TV from Reliance Digital Store even before this outbreak started.
I hope u were born in a family which owned physical shop.

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Sounds really dumb topic bro.

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Shopkeepers can also facilitate home delivery i guess?
Why can’t they create a simple blog for themselves with list of products they’ve w/ orders placed via call? and ensure deliveries via organisations with a valid pass?
People can’t update and act accordingly and always want to crib on those who can 🤦‍♂️
Also if one considers the delayed deliveries from amazon, people would be happily able to buy these essential stuff from their nearby store even if the price is higher (beneficial for both of them)
Whats the point of PM/Ministry advising companies to facilitate work from home & not sack employees when they can’t ensure basic needs for wfh to happen? Also now that in many workplaces (all over the country) started operating with at least 33% workforce..it gets awkward further (ok..the 33% is fine what about the rest 67%?). More layoffs expected?
Dunno if they delivered them but initially for a week amazon did list essential stuff (work for home) such as monitors, desktop, laptops, routers….with April 2nd week delivery date until they removed it

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getready wrote:

Shopkeepers can also facilitate home delivery i guess?
Why can’t they create a simple blog for themselves with list of products they’ve w/ orders placed via call? and ensure deliveries via organisations with a valid pass?
People can’t update and act accordingly and always want to crib on those who can 🤦‍♂️
Also if one considers the delayed deliveries from amazon, people would be happily able to buy these essential stuff from their nearby store even if the price is higher (beneficial for both of them)
Whats the point of PM/Ministry advising companies to facilitate work from home & not sack employees when they can’t ensure basic needs for wfh to happen? Also now that in many workplaces (all over the country) started operating with at least 33% workforce..it gets awkward further (ok..the 33% is fine what about the rest 67%?). More layoffs expected?
Dunno if they delivered them but initially for a week amazon did list essential stuff (work for home) such as monitors, desktop, laptops, routers….with April 2nd week delivery date until they removed it

Exactly instead of a Win-Win situation these guys want to create a lose-lose situation. I can recall of two crabs in a box story one tries to escape the box Nd other pulls him down instead of himself trying to get out !

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sardasa wrote:

R u really Indian? These shopkeepers are the backbone of our economy. Even if Amazon & Flipkart (now owned by Walmart) don’t operate in India then also they can survive very easily but if these shopkeepers stop their shops then it will end up creating total chaos. There would be theft everywhere, people would start killing each other just to get 1 time meal.

Govt wants you to stay at home. Local shopkeepers in most cases refuse to give home delivery. Unless they update themselves, they cannot claim to be in business as a birthright. Thery can also tie up with Swiggy and Zomato for home delivery like the local grocery shops did.
Govt could have allowed the local shopkeepers to also accept orders online/by EMail, accept payment by UPI and then do home delivery, rather than shutting everything up.

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If everything is available as usual and people can buy things as notmal days, how can we come out of Corona situation?
yes many people will be sufering, mainly daily wagers. but what is the solution now for it except lockdown?
if lockdown not done before, it needs to be done after US like situation where lakhs of people are suffering.
many religious organization, NGO etc are providing food or grocerry to poor people. there is also some people who need such help and not getting it.
we are in highly populated and not rich country. such situation will definitely be there.
It is war like situation where you are just safe in home.

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