In a bottle of inflation that could not be closed, tomatoes then sold for Rs 200 per kg

The administration could not apply the reduction in vegetable prices in the government prices and the shopkeepers continued to sell, even though the price of tomato was fixed at Rs 160 and the shopkeepers justified the low supply and continued to sell up to Rs 200 per kg. The price of broiler meat dropped by Rs 4 to Rs 186 per kg. According to the details, the retail price of potato new raw peanut was fixed at Rs 45 per kg, but the shopkeepers continued to sell Rs 60 per kg, 35 to 40 instead of potato store 27, 90 to 100 instead of onion 75, 190 to 200 instead of tomato 160, garlic.280 to 290 instead of desi 230, 300 to 310 instead of garlic china 255, ginger china 282 to 330 to 350 instead, 40 to 45 instead of eggplant 35, 60 to 65 instead of Karel 52, 60 to 65 instead of spinach 25, 60 instead of 35, 60 instead of 35, 40 instead of 40 Cabbage will be 42 instead of 55 to 60, Ghee pumpkin 40 to 45 instead of 50, 35 to 40 instead of turnip 29, 200 instead of pepper 172, 215 to 220 instead of pepper 196, 80 to 90 instead of Arvi 76, Bundi 87 to 90 instead of 90, Pea 83 instead of 90, Mulder 80 instead of 90, 100 instead of 60, 20, 42 50 instead of 42 Beans instead of 62, 70, 26 instead of 30 greens, green peppers II mungry 79 instead of 90, while 120 115 instead of Rs 130 per kg sold. Broiler meat reduced by Rs 4 to Rs 186, live broiler chicken reduced by Rs 3 to Rs 128 per kg while farm eggs were increased by one rupee to Rs 107 per dozen.

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