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Price of fruits increased once again in Ayodhya: Mango reached Rs 140 per kg, fruits are being sold in double price from wholesale market

Price of fruits increased once again in Ayodhya: Mango reached Rs 140 per kg, fruits are being sold in double price from wholesale market

As soon as Sawan starts, the prices of fruits in Ayodhya have started touching the sky. In the last 10 days, the prices of fruits in Ayodhya increased by Rs 50 to 80 per kg. In Ram Nagari, mangoes have reached one and a half and a half per kg, then the banana sold for Rs 50 a dozen is being sold 120 dozen. Fruits are being sold in the wholesale market for more than 2 times compared to the wholesale market. Along with mango and banana, there is a steady increase in prices of other fruits like apple, pomegranate, grapes etc. Due to the uncontrolled increase of prices, the fruit is getting away from the reach of the common people. The mango reached Rs 150 per kg. In view of the increasing demand of devotees and the increasing demand for fruits, fruits are selling fruits at an arbitrary rate. On July 14, the mango selling Rs 80 per kg was 120 to 150 rupees per kg on Saturday. Mango of good variety is being sold at Rs 72 per kg in wholesale market. Apart from this, banana has reached 100 rupees. Banana is being sold for Rs 35 to 40 per kg in wholesale market. Due to the arbitrariness of the traders, fruits are getting away from the reach of people, including mangoes, due to the arbitrariness of the businessmen. Awadhesh Das of Ayodhya said that there is a need to stop the arbitrariness of retail vendors. People of other states coming to Ayodhya are being cheated, this also affects the image of Ram Nagari, in such a situation, the arbitrary of fruit traders is wrong. The price in the market reduced but in the last two days in the expensive Ayodhya city The price of mangoes has increased by Rs 20. The price of mangoes sold at Rs 120 per kg on Sunday has reached Rs 140 per kg. The mango selling 80 rupees is being sold 90 to 120 rupees per kg. While Ayodhya Naveen Mandi has come down by Rs 500 per quintal on Friday. Chausa mangoes selling Rs 7400 per quintal are being sold at Rs 69 hundred per quintal. Similarly, the price of Safeda Mango has also come down by five hundred rupees per quintal to 6500 rupees per quintal. Despite this, the prices of mangoes in Ayodhya are not being controlled. Fruit businessman Ramesh said that the fruits are getting worse due to rain, which has increased the prices of fruits. Save, grapes including other fruits have reached Rs 180 per kg. Apples are already being sold from 150 to 250 kg. Pomegranate has reached 80 to 150 rupees per kg. Seasonal 50 to 80, papaya 40 to 60 and pear 70 to 80 rupees kg is being sold. Among the fruits is the cheapest guava, which is being sold from Rs 30 to Rs 50 per kg. The price of green vegetables has remained stable in the last one week in the price of Rs 30 to Rs 50 per kg. During this time there has been no increase in the price of vegetables. People have got some relief due to the increasing prices being stable. The price of green vegetables has been stable in the last one week. During this time, the price of vegetables has not increased. People have got some relief due to rising prices being stable Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the dnpa code of ethics.

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July 23rd 2022, 8:11 am
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