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Online shopping new rules from 20th april you can order these 6 essential category from flipkart | apps – News in Hindi

To prevent the infection of coronavirus, the lockdown is in place till May 3 all over the country. However, on April 20, i.e. from today, the government has announced a discount on some things, in which a new rule has also been issued for e-commerce shopping. The government has prohibited the sale of non-essential items by e-commerce companies through its platform during the lockdown period.

With this decision of the government, now e-commerce companies like Amazon, Flipkart and Snapdeal will be able to sell only the essentials on their platform.

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According to the new rule, Flipkart has divided the necessary items into different categories on its platform, the list of which has been prepared. Let us know which items customers can buy from here.

Screenshot of Flipkart App.

Screenshot of Flipkart App.

>> Food & Beverages: This includes health drinks, cooking, baking, breakfast items, dry fruits, sweets and snacks, healthy food.

>> Health Care: This includes items like masks, sanitizers, hand washes, blood pressure monitors, nebulizers, thermometers.

>> Grooming & Hygeine: This includes bath, oral care, personal hygiene, skin and hair care, shaving items.

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>> Baby Care Essentials: Includes diapers, feeding and nursing, health and safety goods.

>> Cleaning & Pet Supplies: This includes items like pet food, detergent, dish cleaner, kitchen cleaner, scrub, air freshener.

>> Grocery: For this, Flipkart has separately created a microsite of Supermart Lite. Customers can buy goods like flour, pulses, oil from here.

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Four days ago, e-commerce companies were allowed to sell mobile phones, refrigerators and stitched apparel etc., but now this ‘rebate’ has been withdrawn. Union Home Secretary Ajay Bhalla has issued an order in this regard on Sunday. The consolidated revised guidelines have removed the sale of non-essential products by e-commerce companies.

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