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Shocking News : Housing societies and high ranking officials are purchasing ventilators for personal use

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Shocking News : Housing societies and high ranking officials are purchasing ventilators for personal use

Why is government still sleeping?

I am sure politicians have already bought their personal ventilators, but shouldn’t the government be proactive and stop further sale to private entities?

https://www.indiatoday.in/india/story/exposed-v...

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What’s wrong with this? Don’t people have right to protect their life?

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cocay wrote:

What’s wrong with this? Don’t people have right to protect their life?

Nope, these ventilators are sold at 2x price to housing societies even after the government banned the sellers to sell…part of the reason is that the government won’t pay them 2x price!

PS. It’s similar to giving a loaf of bread, the only one left, to the one— who can survive without it (sated)—among a group of hungry people!

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Time_pass wrote:

Nope, these ventilators are sold at 2x price to housing societies even after the government banned the sellers to sell…part of the reason is that the government won’t pay them 2x price!

PS. It’s similar to giving a loaf of bread, the only one left, to the one— who can survive without it (sated)—among a group of hungry people!

Then govt should book the sellers under law. However, the govt will do the opposite, book the buyers for deciding to act to save their own lives.

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As said earlier, this World is not for poor and middle-class people. Only rich people and politicians will stay alive.

So, for now, let’s enjoy life and live whatever life we have been allotted.

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cocay wrote:

What’s wrong with this? Don’t people have right to protect their life?

Nothing, I want to purchase one myself smiling_imp

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Bi-PAP machine is a small portable device that is used by chronic respiratory disease patients. Even I had one at home for my mother who was a COPD patient. It helps in assisted breathing. It is a sort of external ventilator for short relief who can breath themselves but has shortness in breathing.
For chronic patients, having a BiPAP machine and also an oxygen generator (if needed) works out cheaper than keeping the patient at a hospital

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