– Antenna-Vivek Mehta
– Stop unhealthy competition, otherwise small shopkeepers will be eliminated.
In malls and big shops, customers are cheated by adopting the ritual of paying a bigger amount than the small shopkeepers. High MRP by changing the grammar or weight on the packet. The rebate is being played out after writing. MRP only. Customers who buy large packets by focusing on the same are actually paying more for the smaller item. There is also fraud in the shampoo trade. A pack of 15 ml shampoo costs Rs. Sold in 111. A large 50 ml pack of the same shampoo costs Rs. Sold at a price of Rs. 15 ml packet Rs. If the price of 20 ml is calculated based on the price of 111, then its price should be around 215. Instead, Rs. Retail price of Rs. Rs. Even if a discount of Rs. 20 to 30 is expensive.
50 ml of dishwashing liquid shop ૫૫ If it happens, it should be doubled to Rs. 110 for a 500 ml pack. But the companies print a price of Rs 115. The price of a 50 ml pack is Rs. 12 should be printed. Instead they spent Rs. MRP of 120 Prints. Then it gives a relief of 10-20 rupees. Even after receiving this return large packet buyers pay a high price. The company, which makes tomato ketchup and puts it in the market across the country, has a maximum retail price of Rs. Writes 100. But the maximum retail price on a 50 gram catch-up packet is Rs. 120 lakhs. In fact, the price is Rs. The maximum retail price of 20 plus 2 plus 50 gram package is Rs. 5 should be done. Only 20 grams more ketchup is filled, but MRP writes 150. The same catch prints a maximum retail price of Rs. 150 on a pack of 1500 grams. Thereafter a compensation of Rs.2 is given on it. Customers do not get any relief as they do not fall into the subtle maths of MRP printing. Yet they assume the satisfaction of bringing the item at a discounted price. In fact, this is a hoax. In fact customers get no return.
Similarly, when it comes to toilet cleaners, a 500 ml packet costs Rs. The price of 3 has been written. The 500 gram packet of this toilet cleaner has a maximum retail price of 115-MRP printed on it. In fact, the maximum retail price should be around Rs. Instead they charge a maximum retail price of Rs. 115 are printing. Thus writing more MRP-maximum retail price gives customers a rebate on it and pretends to be offering a cheaper item at a lower price. Attempts are being made by small and large companies to lure businesses by offering cheap goods. Companies in the field of fast moving consumer goods do this kind of business especially to get business through sellers in malls. The business of small shopkeepers is also collapsing due to their past. Which can create huge unemployment in the long run.
Laws and regulations should be brought in to write the maximum price to avoid the situation. In the era of excise, it was the rule to levy excise duty at a fixed rate on any item that went out of the manufacturing unit. This rule has come to an end after the introduction of GST-Goods and Service Tax. Previously, excise had to be paid, so in order to avoid a large burden of excise, the manufacturers or manufacturers used to print the maximum retail price on it keeping the profit in measure. Now that excise is out, they have no control over writing the maximum retail price. As a result, they lost Rs. 100 on manufacturing cost of Rs. MRP of 500 appears to be selling goods to the customer at half price after writing the maximum retail price. In fact, after paying half the price, the customer comes out paying more than double the amount. Thus consumers are routinely deceived. Therefore, the production cost is Rs. If it is Rs. Legal provision should be made not to write more than 500 or 6 MRP. Doing so could put a brake on the ongoing activity of robbing customers by printing rampant MRPs.