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When I went to the supermarket in my hometown of Bangalore last year, I didn’t see any water purifiers, so I bought two tablets from a local pharmacist.
I wasn’t aware of the price tag, and I was pleasantly surprised.
A few months later, I found myself in the middle of a controversy.
I went out to buy some water from a nearby public toilet and the pharmacist, who was standing outside, said that he didn’t have a water purifier, so he would only sell me water from the other side of the street.
The other side was filled with water.
My first thought was, how can they sell me something that doesn’t have any water?
The pharmacist told me that I would have to pay Rs 4,000 to use the toilet.
The pharmacist said that it would cost Rs 4.20 to use a private toilet, and the cost of water would be Rs 2.80 per litre.
I was shocked. I didn