Black marketeers and hoarders must be afraid that even if God forgives them, the goverment will not, said the Solicitor General of India Tushar Mehta before the Delhi High Court on Sunday. .The statement was made before a Division Bench of Justices Vipin Sanghi and Rekha Palli after Senior Advocate G Tushar Rao informed the Court that oxygen flow meter was being sold for Rs 4k as opposed to its actual price of Rs 800..Advocate Arun Adhlaka added that the oxygen refillers were seeking as much as Rs 20,000 for a refill. .Agreeing with the Solicitor General, the Court remarked, "It has to be dealt with an iron hand. It's playing with people's misery.".The Court, accordingly, directed the State authorities to ensure that none of the medicines or equipments are sold at a price higher than MRP. .Any person in violation shall be booked and also brought to the notice of this Court for independent action, the Court added. .Senior Advocate Rahul Mehra, who appeared for Delhi government, submitted that the Delhi Police has also issued a helpline to receive complaints with respect to hoarding, black marketing, overpricing etc of COVID-19 related medicines and equipments. .The Court has now directed the Delhi government and the Commissioner of Police, Delhi to give wide publicity to the helpline (i.e. #23469900). .Mehra also urged his "colleagues to either inform" him and Advocate Stayakam if they come across any such malpractice. .We'll treat it as a complaint and send it to crime branch, Mehra stated. .The Court was hearing the Centre's application seeking recall of order directing it to ensure the supply of oxygen to Delhi. .The Court has sought response from Delhi government in the application.