Why Onion Price is Increasing in India? There are many reasons for the increase in onion prices this year, some of the reasons are our natural climate, bad harvest and increase in human demand, but we will know more about that, stay tuned.
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onion export news? What has the government done?
The government made a very big decision about onions a day ago
The Union Ministry of Commerce and Industry oversees the DGFT, which was set up on Saturday and announced that the price of onion for export is $800 per tonne. As a result, the price of our onion is 66.73 rupees per kg. So the government thinks, at this price, our country’s buyers will not be found in any other country, as a result, our country’s onion will be sold in our country’s market and our country’s people will benefit a lot. But this thing will last till the end of your year your 31st December.
Onion Price Today
Kolkata Market and Delhi-NCR today’s price of onion has been raised, but it is increasing almost in all the places where it is sold.
In the Kolkata Garia market, nearly 100 successful retail outlets are selling onions at Rs 65-70 per kg. on the other hand, in barabazar markets, all retail outlets are selling onions at Rs 65 per kg. Similarly Mother Dairy has about 400 successful retail outlets in your Delhi-NCR region, selling onions at Rs 67 per kg.
E-commerce portal Blinkit is offering it at Rs 76 per kg.
E-commerce portal Swiggy is offering it at Rs 79 per kg.
E-commerce portal Big Basket is offering it at Rs 75.90 per kg
In Kolkata, Local retailers are selling onions at Rs 70 per kg.
What is the main reason for the increase in onion prices?
There are many reasons for the increase in the price of onion, but one of the main reasons is that – according to Rohit Kumar Singh, secretary of the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, due to the natural weather, there has not been much yield and cultivation this time, as a result, onion is not coming in the market as per the evidence and the demand of people has also increased.
Onion is such a raw vegetable that people can only live by using it in their food every day, so people are buying more and more after seeing the price rise and storing it in many houses so that they do not have any problem with onions later. As a result, the poor and lower-class people have become helpless to buy this onion.
Modi government has given a big relief, now onion will get Rs 25 per kg
Modi government has given a big relief, the government is selling onions at the rate of 25 rupees per kg, and the government has stocked twice as much onion this year as last year. What will happen is that you can have a lot of control over the price of onion in the coming days. A few days ago, the price of onion increased so much that the government decided to sell some onion from the collected onion at the price of 25 rupees in the market so that its price in the market is under control.