Price hike of vegetables ruined kitchen budget . The timely monsoon has blown the faces of the state’s farmers. The rainy season there has been ruining the kitchen budget for the past few days. Vegetables and fruit prices are at peaks especially tomatoes. Spending on week-long vegetables has doubled, which is why neither the tomatoes are seen in the tray platter or the mint as scent for the fragrance. Ginger and onion Purchase as salad that eaten to enhance the taste of food has been lost due to higher rates. Reddish worth of 5 to 10 rupees now is of 50 rupees. Cumin prices are also at peak, to keep the kitchen budget in balance women are refraining from cutting in radish, carrot, cucumber and tomato in salad.Due to the high prices of vegetables, Rita Sharma, Gurkirat Kaur, Seema Rani, Harpreet, Manpreet, Archana and Sukhwinder Kaur, who are disturbed by the high rates of vegetables, said that the rising inflation has filled the eye. Earnings are the same, while inflation has doubled. By increasing the rates of vegetables, the taste of the bread has faded. People are being forced to live by making fewer vegetables. Governments should take special steps to motivate and support the farmers towards the cultivation of vegetable crops so that the prices can decrease.Due to increasing vegetable prices, owners of dhabas, restaurants and hotels are also upset. The amount of vegetables in the board is decreasing. By increasing the prices of vegetables, customers are hesitate to ask for the second time the vegetable itself.
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