We all know that the rate of onions is increasing day by day. The state government has decided to sell onions at Agra at Agra at a subsidy of Rs.35 per kg and 11 farmer bazaars across Hyderabad. After making the identity card, each person can buy 2 kg of onion from a government stall in farmer's bazaars.
Onion prices have been rising since the first week of October. With retail stores and grocery stores rising prices, it is constantly growing in the market. In the farmer's bazaars selling vegetables at wholesale prices, consumers had to buy them for Rs 80-90 per kilo. Agriculture Minister S Niranjan Reddy, who was aware of the people's difficulties during the festival, ordered the marketing department officials to sell onions at a subsidy of Rs 35 per kilo. Along with the severe rains that damage the crop, there is a shortage of onions across the country, especially in Maharashtra and Karnataka due to continuous rains. In the end Hyderabad was seeing a short supply, prompting many traders to increase prices in local markets.