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Inflation: Onion Reached 50 Rupees And Tomato 65 Rupees Per Kg In Himachal

Amar Ujala Network, Shimla

Published by: Krishan Singh
Updated Thu, 14 Oct 2021 02:00 AM IST

Summary

Food, Civil and Consumer Affairs Minister Rajendra Garg said that instructions have been issued to the District Food Controlling Officers to check hoarding and profiteering. Despite the low demand for onions in Navratri, the price is increasing wildly.

Onion reached Rs 50 per kg
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In Himachal Pradesh, within a week, due to a huge jump in the prices of onions and tomatoes, people’s kitchens have started getting a tad of inflation. The rates have increased due to the increase in transportation cost and the failure of onion crop due to heavy monsoon rains in the plains. Within a week, with an increase of Rs 20 in onion, the price reached Rs 65 per kg with an increase of Rs 50 and tomato by about Rs 30. Food, Civil and Consumer Affairs Minister Rajendra Garg said that instructions have been issued to the District Food Controlling Officers to check hoarding and profiteering. Despite the low demand for onions in Navratri, the price is increasing wildly.

Rising inflation amid the by-elections has also become a matter of concern for the government. Sitting and sitting, the opposition has got a big issue in its hands. In Una, onion is 50 rupees and tomato 80 rupees, in district Kangra onion 50, tomato 65 rupees per kg. Onion 50, Tomato 60 in Chamba, Onion 50 and Tomato in Hamirpur are being sold at Rs 70 per kg. Onion is 55 rupees and tomato 60 rupees per kg in the market. Onion is 50 rupees and tomato 60 rupees per kg in district Solan. In Shimla city and Kinnaur onion is Rs 50, tomato is Rs 60, in Bilaspur onion is Rs 50, tomato is Rs 50 per kg. In district Kullu also, the rate of onion has reached Rs 50 and that of tomato has reached 60 kg. In Sirmaur, onion is Rs 50 and tomato is Rs 60 per kg.

Expansion

In Himachal Pradesh, within a week, due to a huge jump in the prices of onions and tomatoes, people’s kitchens have started getting a tad of inflation. The rates have increased due to the increase in transportation cost and the failure of onion crop due to heavy monsoon rains in the plains. Within a week, with an increase of Rs 20 in onion, the price reached Rs 65 per kg with an increase of Rs 50 and tomato by about Rs 30. Food, Civil and Consumer Affairs Minister Rajendra Garg said that instructions have been issued to the District Food Controlling Officers to check hoarding and profiteering. Despite the low demand for onions in Navratri, the price is increasing wildly.

Rising inflation amid the by-elections has also become a matter of concern for the government. Sitting and sitting, the opposition has got a big issue in its hands. In Una, onion is 50 rupees and tomato 80 rupees, in district Kangra onion 50, tomato 65 rupees per kg. Onion 50, Tomato 60 in Chamba, Onion 50 and Tomato in Hamirpur are being sold at Rs 70 per kg. Onion is 55 rupees and tomato 60 rupees per kg in the market. Onion is 50 rupees and tomato 60 rupees per kg in district Solan. In Shimla city and Kinnaur onion is Rs 50, tomato is Rs 60, in Bilaspur onion is Rs 50, tomato is Rs 50 per kg. In district Kullu also, the rate of onion has reached Rs 50 and that of tomato has reached 60 kg. In Sirmaur, onion is Rs 50 and tomato is Rs 60 per kg.

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