Are you having trouble buying groceries since COVID-19 lockdown? Share your experience

People stand on designated areas to mantain social distancing as they queue outside a grocery store during the first day of a 21-day government-imposed nationwide lockdown as a preventive measure against the COVID-19 coronavirus in Faridabad in the state of Haryana on March 25, 2020. - India's billion-plus population went into a three-week lockdown on March 25, with a third of the world now under orders to stay indoors, as the coronavirus pandemic forced Japan to postpone the Olympics until next year. (Photo by Money SHARMA / AFP) (Photo by MONEY SHARMA/AFP via Getty Images)

Even as the Prime Minister announced the invariable 21-day nation-wide lockdown in the country, the government reassured citizens that there will be no dearth of essential supplies and groceries in the nation. Citizens were assured of an organised manner to procure required items and were urged not to panic-purchase or hoard.

Do you think the government is delivering as promised? Are you able to purchase required essentials smoothly or are you having trouble getting what you need since the COVID-19 lockdown?

Share your views and experiences below.

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