Tomato costs have risen to Rs 40 per kilogram, in response to Dharmendra Singh, a vegetable seller in Delhi’s Lajpat Nagar, and potatoes are actually being provided for Rs 25 per kilogram.








Customers now not obtain free coriander leaves or inexperienced chilies, in response to some sellers.





Due to a rise in transportation prices on account of the rise in gas costs, vegetable costs within the nationwide capital Delhi have risen sharply. Due to rising transportation prices and the ensuing improve within the buy worth, vegetable sellers reported their gross sales have decreased and earnings have dropped.












Tomato costs have risen to Rs 40 per kilogram, in response to Dharmendra Singh, a vegetable seller in Delhi’s Lajpat Nagar, and potatoes are actually being provided for Rs 25 per kilogram. Previously, it was offered for Rs 10 per kilogram, he stated.

“The majority of vegetables have increased in price. We don’t make much money. We purchase the vegetables from the market at a certain price. People have cut back on the number of vegetables they buy since prices have risen” he said. Another vendor in Lajpat Nagar, Akhilesh, famous that fruit costs have additionally elevated.

Customers now not obtain free coriander leaves or inexperienced chilies, in response to some sellers.












“Customers no longer receive free green chilies. Lemons sell for Rs 350 a kg in the market; therefore, you won’t buy one for less than Rs 10. Capsicum costs Rs 100 per kilogram “Akhilesh stated.

In Gujarat, Telangana, and different components of the nation, lemon costs have additionally elevated. According to a vegetable vendor in Hyderabad, “The price of dwelling has skyrocketed. We used to get a whole lemon sack for Rs 700, however at this time they price Rs 3,500. Nobody needs to purchase a single lemon that we’re providing for Rs ten.”

Another woman vendor, Lakshmi, claimed she is at the moment buying a complete bag of lemons for Rs 3,000.

“I bought the entire bag for Rs 3,000 and am selling a dozen for Rs 120, but no one is interested,” she defined.

Vegetable prices have additionally surged in Uttarakhand on account of rising gas costs.












“Almost all vegetables have increased in price; lemon is selling for Rs 200-250 per kg in the mandi, while gourd is selling for Rs 30-35 per kg,” claimed a vegetable vendor.







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