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Sagar Patel

By Sagar Patel

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There has been a huge increase in the price of pulses in the month of June.

Be it the average price in the country or the price in Delhi, there has been an increase in the price of pulses in the month of June. Yes, in the month of June there has been an increase in the prices of legumes, as well as potatoes, onions and tomatoes. An increase of over 11 per cent in the price of gram pulses has been witnessed in Delhi, the national capital. At the same time, a 67 percent increase in the price of onion has been observed. An increase in the prices of tur, urad and moong was observed.

If we look at the average prices of potatoes, onions and tomatoes in the country, the greatest increase has occurred in tomatoes, in which there has been an increase of more than 31 percent. At the same time, the average price of gram and pigeon pea has seen an increase of more than 2 percent. Let us try to understand in the language of figures, from vegetables to legumes, what the country and its capital, Delhi, have become.

Increase in the average price of legumes in the country

First of all, if we talk about legumes, there has been an increase in the average price in the country. Let’s try to understand them in pointer…

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  1. According to data from the Ministry and Consumer Affairs, the price of pulses in gram was Rs 86.12 per kg on May 31, which was an increase of 2.13 per cent i.e. Rs 1.84 till on June 19 and the price increased to Rs 87.96.
  2. The price of Tur, i.e. pigeonpea, was Rs 157.2 per kg on May 31, which was an increase of Rs 4.07 or 2.58 percent till June 19. and the price increased to Rs 161.27 per kg.
  3. There has not been much increase in the average price of urad dal. According to the data, on May 31 the price was Rs 125.79, which increased to Rs 126.69 per kg. This means that during this period an increase of Rs 0.90 i.e. 0.71 percent has been observed.
  4. There has been a slight increase in the average price of moong dal in the month of June. On May 31, the price was Rs 118.32, which on May 19 became Rs 119.04 per kg. This means that during this period an increase in price of Rs 0.72 i.e. 0.60 percent has been observed.
  5. There has been an increase of Rs 0.22, i.e. 0.23 per cent, in the average price of lentils in the country. So the price which was Rs 93.9 on May 31 increased to Rs 94.12.

How much has the price of pulses increased in Delhi?

  1. The price of gram dal in the national capital Delhi was Rs 87 on May 31, which increased to Rs 97 per kg on June 19. During this period, an increase of 11 per cent i.e. Rs 10 has been observed in the price of gram pulses.
  2. The highest increase has been observed in the price of Arhar i.e. Tur i.e. 2.31 percent i.e. Rs 4. After which the price of pulses in Delhi was Rs 173 per kg on May 31, and increased to Rs 177 per kg on June 19.
  3. Urad dal has also become expensive in Delhi. In which an increase of 3.52 percent i.e. Rs 5 was observed in the month of June. On May 31, the price of urad dal in Delhi was Rs 142, which increased to Rs 147 per kg.
  4. In Delhi, an increase of 3.25 per cent i.e. Rs 4 per kg has been observed in moong dal. In such a situation, the price of moong dal, which was Rs 123 on May 31, increased to Rs 127 per kg on June 19.
  5. No change has been observed in the price of lentils in Delhi, the country’s capital. According to the data, the price of lentils was Rs 90 on May 31, but on May 19 it was also seen at Rs 90 per kg.

Wild increase in the price of potatoes

The average price of potatoes in the country increased by 8.08 percent in the month of June. On May 31, the average price of potato in the country was Rs 29.82, which increased by Rs 2.41 or 8.08 percent. Due to which the average price of potatoes became Rs 32.23 per kg on May 19. An increase of Rs 2, i.e. 7.14 per cent, was observed in the price of potato in the country’s capital Delhi. On May 31, the price of potato in Delhi was Rs 28, which became Rs 30 per kg on May 19.

onion keeps crying

Talking about onion, the price of onion in Delhi has seen an increase of Rs 20 i.e. 67 per cent, while the average price of the country has seen an increase of around 18 per cent i.e. 5, 71 rupees. According to the data, the price of onion in Delhi was Rs 30 on May 31, and it increased to Rs 50 per kg on May 19. At the same time, the average price in the country increased from Rs 32.12 to Rs 37.83 per kg in the same period.

the tomatoes keep turning red

On the other hand, the price of tomatoes has also increased significantly. The average price in the country increased by Rs 10.75 or 31.47 percent in the month of June. The average price of tomatoes, which was Rs 34.15 on May 31, increased to Rs 44.9 per kg on June 19. Talking about the country’s capital, Delhi, this increase has been considered to be Rs 5 less than the national average, i.e. an increase of 18 per cent. In the same period, tomato prices in Delhi increased from Rs 28 to Rs 33 per kg.

Sagar Patel

Sagar Patel

I am Sagar Patel, specializing in business news reporting. With a keen focus on economic trends, market analysis, and corporate developments,

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