Government banns inessential online shopping during lockdown. From the initial period of corona outbreak government changes e-commerce rule for multiple times.
Last week the government allows the sell of some inessential goods, through e-commerce platforms. The decision get released on a list of activities and services to be allowed from April 20 in areas least affected by the coronavirus outbreak. But the decision invites critical criticism from the Confederation of Indian Traders (CAIT). Thus the Home Ministry banns the supply of optional goods by e-commerce companies during the lockdown. After this, all online shopping sites like Amazon, Flipkart, Snapdeal, Groffers, Alibaba, E-bay and many more should stop selling luxury goods.
Delivery of goods needs delivery vehicles. More orders equals to more the vehicles. The vehicles should also needs to be permitted. Thus the government get bound to cancel the online business of optional goods, due to huge outbreak of orders. Days after permitting the online sale of commodities like mobile phones, refrigerators, clothes, television sets and laptops, Government banns the same.