Onion prices reach near 150 rupees per kg

Dec 03 2019 02:05 PM
Onion prices reach near 150 rupees per kg

New Delhi: There has been an outcry in the country over the constantly rising prices of onions. Rising prices of onions have removed the tears of housewives. While the government is taking big steps on the prices of onions, in the last month of December in the last month of the year, onion prices have reached Rs 140 per kg in some parts of the country.

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According to the website of the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, onion prices have remained at Rs 140 per kg at Port Blair in South Zone for the last two days. At the same time, onion in Mayabundar is being sold at Rs 120 per kg. Onions in Mangalore and Vellore are also priced at Rs 109 per kg. On the other hand, if you talk about the Central North Zone, onion in Chandigarh here is being sold at the rate of Rs 100 per kg with an increase of Rs 28 in the last two days.

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Onion is being sold at 95 in Dehradun, 80 in Dharamshala, 98 in Mumbai, 78 in Nagpur. In Itanagar, Imphal, and Gangtok of North East Zone, onion is being sold at a price of Rs 100 per kg. Let us tell you that onion prices are constantly increasing in the country, on which the Modi government is taking big steps.

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