While the entire country is preparing itself for the lockdown amid this critical Corona Outbreak, the shopkeepers of the essential goods and vegetables found that it is the right time to loot the people at their will.
As Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao said that the shops which sell essential goods, medical shops and hospital will be available for the people, in the wake of the demand, the prices were hiked without any shame by the shop owners.
In Hyderabad, many people were furious on the sudden hike in the prices of the vegetables and in some places 1KG Tomato costs Rs.100 and 1Kg. Brinjals were sold for Rs.80.
In the Erragadda Market region, the people who are unable to control their anger over the increase in Prices of vegetables started to steal the vegetables from the shopkeepers that created one heck of violence.
In Nizamabad and Nalgonda districts the prices of the vegetables soared sigh high as many people who carry vegetables at nights to the market were blocked by the police midway due to the new set of orders. To meet the short supply and the huge demand over vegetables the prices were raised above the bar.