Rising inflation has made sweet fruits saline in Delhi and spoiled the taste of vegetables, know the rate

Fruits And Vegetables Rate In Delhi: From Parliament to the road, inflation is an issue everywhere these days. Rising inflation is taking a toll on the pockets of the common people. What people eat – pulses are expensive, grains are expensive, oil is expensive and vegetables and fruits have also spoiled the taste of the mouth. In Parliament, TMC MP Kokila Ghosh protested against rising inflation by eating raw brinjal, while common people are now paying more for vegetables and fruits, due to which the budget of the kitchen is also deteriorating. 

Vegetable prices in wholesale market

  • Potatoes – Rs.17 a kg
  • Onion – Rs 24 a kg 
  • Capsicum – Rs 110 a kg
  • Ghee – Rs 40 a kg 
  • Lemon – Rs 60 a kg

Vegetables in retail price only difference of Rs 2-4 was told.

Fruits Price in Azadpur Mandi

  • apples 30 to 50 kg
  • Mango Rs 60 a kg
  • Pomegranate 40 kg 

Rate of vegetables and fruits in Laxmi Nagar Market

A shopkeeper of Laxmi Nagar market told that now it becomes difficult to meet his own expenses. Customers do not come, there is so much inflation, where will they come from? Those who buy and bring will also be sold throughout the day, it is not known whether or not.

Fruit Price in Laxminagar Market

  • Apples 120 to 140 kg
  • Mango Rs 160 a kg
  • Pomegranate Rs 140 a kg

Vegetable Price in Mayur Vihar Market

  • Potatoes Rs 35 a kg
  • Onion Rs 40 a kg
  • Tomatoes Rs 80 a kg
  • Ghee Rs.80 a kg

Not only the customers but the shopkeepers are equally upset due to the rising prices of fruits and vegetables. Shopkeepers are upset due to lack of customers and customers are upset due to expensive vegetables. .

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