- Due to the scarcity of green vegetables due to heavy Rail And Flood, their prices on the sky
- Due to heavy rains, the prices of potatoes and onions along with Green Vegetables also increased significantly.
new Delhi. On the one hand, due to the monsoon’s kindness, bumper harvests of Autumn crops are expected, on the other hand, due to the scarcity of green vegetables due to heavy rains and floods, their prices have skyrocketed. In the last two months, most vegetables have become costlier by two to three times (Vegetables Price Hike Due To Flood) and amidst the conditions created in the country due to rain, there is no hope of relief from Vegetables Price Hike at present. Potato and Onion Prices Rise has increased this month along with green vegetables.
Tomato 70 and capsicum 100 rupees kg
Due to heavy rains and flooding conditions in different parts of the country, the arrival of green vegetables has resulted in a huge increase in their prices. Prices of green vegetables including potatoes, onions and tomatoes have skyrocketed. Brinjal, gourd and Ridged Gourd are also getting 50 rupees kg in Delhi-NCR. Cauliflower has risen to Rs 120 a kg and capsicum has risen to Rs 100 a kg. Onion, which was getting 20 rupees a kg, is now available at a higher price than 30 rupees a kilo. Tomatoes, which the farmers were forced to sell at a quarter to a month in June, are currently getting 60-70 kg of customers in Delhi-NCR markets.
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Impact on incoming due to flood
Rajendra Sharma, former chairman of Azadpur Mandi APMC, said that due to heavy rains and floods in various parts of the country, crop damage has affected the arrival of vegetables. At the same time, retail vegetable vendors say that vegetables are coming from wholesale markets at a higher price. The wholesale price of onion in Azadpur mandi ranged from Rs 6.25 to Rs 16 per kg on Saturday. At the same time, the wholesale price of potato was Rs 13 to Rs 44 per kg, while the price of tomato was Rs 8 to Rs 43.50 per kg. Businessmen said that now people are going out to eat in hotels, Dhabas and restaurants too, due to which the consumption of vegetables has increased. So prices have increased.
Retail Prices of Vegetables in Delhi-NCR
|The vegetables||Price (Rs. Per kg)|
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