Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar statement supporting government over rising price of mustard oil

New Delhi: Not only petrol and diesel but also edible oil prices have spoiled the budget of the common man. The price of mustard oil has almost doubled in the last one year. Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said mustard oil has become a little costlier as the government has stopped adulteration. However, he said that this is a very important decision of the Government of India and it is going to benefit the food providers working in oilseeds and mustard across the country.

Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar has clarified the price of rising mustard oil. He said that now there will be no adulteration in oil so the price has been increased. The BJP believes that it will benefit the food providers working in oilseeds and mustard.

The treatment of corona and the onslaught of price rise had already broken the back of the general public. Mustard oil is the most commonly used form of edible oil. In such a situation, the price hike, which has almost doubled in the last one year, is adding to the problems of the common man. But not only mustard oil but also other edible oils like groundnut, sunflower, dalda and refined have seen an increase. 170 to Rs.180 per litre this year, the same mustard oil was close to Rs.120-130 during May last year. In the online market, branded companies are selling raw ghani mustard oil at a price of Rs 175 to Rs 180 per litre.

Rakesh Tikait to meet Mamata Banerjee today, Kisan movement to get momentum again

Eating beef is our constitutional right: MP Mohammad Faisal

Dozens of children ?seized by jihadists in Mozambique province, Report

- Sponsored Advert -

Most Popular

- Sponsored Advert -