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Prices of onion may increase in Diwali. read the reason....

Written By Anirudh Sood on Thursday, 12 October 2017 | 22:47:00




New Delhi: Once again the prices of onions have been eclipsed. Prices of onion have increased by Rs 20 per kg in the festive season. The price of onion in Mumbai, which was 20 rupees to 25 rupees per kilo a week ago, has now reached 40 rupees per kg.


Why the price of onions increased? Onions are supplied to the whole country from Maharashtra, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan, but this time the onion crop in Karnataka has worsened, due to which the onion did not come. At the same time, the supply of onion has also come down from the Nashik's Lasalgaon vegetable market.



What is the price of onion in Solan?





In Solan, the wholesale price of onion in vegetable market has increased from Rs 20 to Rs 25 per kg.

What is the price of onion in Delhi?


Azadpur vegetable market in Delhi is Asia's largest wholesale vegetable market. According to traders who have traded onions, onions of Karnataka and Maharashtra have reduced in onion due to the increase in onions in Delhi. In Delhi, the price of one kg of onion has increased from Rs 30 per kg to Rs 40-50 per kg.

What is the price of onion in Patna?


In Patna, the price of 5 kg of onions has increased to 70 rupees, i.e. the price of one kg of onion has increased to 14 rupees, within a week. Here the retail price of onions has gone up from 20 to 34 rupees.





What is the price of onion in Ahmedabad?

In Ahmedabad, the wholesale price of onion has increased from Rs 20 to Rs 30 per kg.

What is the price of onion in Raipur?


A truck onion has come in the biggest wholesale vegetable market in the city of Raipur, but the price has increased by up to 10 rupees from last time. Until 10 days before the wholesale market in Raipur, the price of onion in the wholesale market was Rs 12 per kg, which has now reached Rs 22-25 per kg.

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