This is circular reasoning, and doesn’t explain anything. You are essentially saying there’s no option to choose BSE because we have not given the option to choose BSE.
You are again making an assumption that you have to choose only one. Why not provide both, and let the user decide? You can, of course, keep NSE as the default, but provide an option in Profile to change it to BSE.
The issue is not whether the difference is Rs. 25 or Rs. 25 lakhs. The issue is the inflexibility. It is not for Zerodha to decide whether Rs. 25 is “big” or “small” for me.
Like I already said, “I don’t do intraday gambling and I don’t transact in dubious stocks with low liquidity”, so this again doesn’t answer my question. You have even quoted my statement! I find your reason given quite strange because this is exactly the reason why I don’t trade in such dubious stocks.
Also said already in my starting post “Yes, I know, I can place orders on BSE myself.” But I have to jump through additional hoops to sell on BSE, that is the issue here.
Instead of trying to push the ball back into the customer’s court, you could have just said that the additional coding effort was not worth the benefits, so Zerodha decided not to put that effort.
PS: I’m not concerned about the “savings” per se, I was more puzzled by the faulty design, because I’m a design engineer myself.