Very Well said but the bragging of measures taken and comparing who's who (or I'll say apple to oranges), doesn't mean.Announcing measures and ensuring that they get implemented is very hard, at least in India. It is not a new problem specific to this government. So should we not criticize the government for this, should we only consider that they are doing their best? Anyone who has ever run a project would know what releasing pressure on stakeholders leads to. We need to respect both the sides for playing their parts and keep it civil, for now.
In the same way, when one is making people accountable for the spread of the virus, what they themselves are doing it to contain (apart from announcing lockdown) - this entire discussion panned out for the same reason. We can validate the same challenge if we visit local grossary shop, we will see they will run out of stocks this week - same situation at medical stores (I don't see their supply chain is worked on - just announcements are made), vegetable prices gone up, finding their sellers is another challenge.
People like us who are mostly in better place than to worker categories can discuss it but just see the video from karwan e mohabbat on YouTube the way people running for food and the way they get beaten up melts heart of anyone watching.
We need to figure out means to ensure that these people have all essentials available.
PS: I'm not affiliated to the said NGO.