CG News: After onion, now the price of ginger-garlic is on fire, relief in tomato


CG News: After onion, now the price of ginger-garlic is on fire, relief in tomato

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Raipur. Inflation is showing no signs of stopping. The price of everyday kitchen items is continuously increasing. There is no such item whose price is decreasing. After the price of one item increases, it is not known when the price of another item increases. At this time, ginger and garlic have also hit double century in price. Onion is also making you cry at this time. One relief is that after Diwali the price of tomatoes has now halved. The common man has been suffering from inflation for a long time.

There is no relief. Kitchen items are continuously becoming expensive. The price of pulses, rice, flour and spices has worsened the condition of the common man. The price of every item has increased by more than 30 percent. For the first time in history, Rahar Dal has also done the work of scoring a double century. Although at present its price has reduced by Rs 20 to Rs 30, but due to this the price of other pulses has crossed Rs 100.

The price of ginger-garlic is five times more

The price of ginger and garlic is usually Rs 40 to 50 per kg. But for the first time its price has gone sky high. While ginger is priced at Rs 120 to 140 in bulk, it is priced at Rs 40 to 50 per loaf in Chilhar. The price of garlic has increased further. Just two months ago, the price of garlic was around Rs 35 in Chilhar. In Chilhar market, traders were selling three kilos of garlic for Rs 100 by placing sacks of garlic in their carts, today the situation is that its price has gone up to Rs 180-190 in bulk and Rs 220 to 240 in Chilhar. It is available in vegetable markets and grocery shops for Rs 60 per loaf.

Onion 60 to 70 rupees

Before Diwali, the price of onion was 25 to 30 rupees in Chilhar, but now its price has more than doubled. While new onion is being sold at Rs 70 per kg in Chilhar, old onion is being sold at Rs 60 per kg. There is no possibility of its price decreasing this month.

relief in tomato

Tomato was being sold at 20 to 25 rupees per kg in Chilhar at the time of Diwali, but after Diwali, the effect of closure of the market was that the price of tomato doubled to 50 to 60 rupees, but now the price has come down again. At present, tomatoes are available at Rs 25 to 30 per kg in Chilhar.

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