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Why are people from Uttarakhand traveling long distances to buy vegetables from Nepal?

Nita Yadav

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People are crossing the border to Nepal to buy cheap vegetables.

Vegetable prices are sky high in India. The price of tomato is Rs. 80, potato Rs. 40 and onion Rs. 50 per kg. However, these prices vary from city to city. People are worried about the rising prices of vegetables, due to which their pocket money is significantly affected. In the neighboring country, Nepal, the price of vegetables has fallen drastically. In such a situation, people living on the border are going to Nepal to buy vegetables.

Troubled by high inflation, people are going to Nepal to buy cheap vegetables. Vegetables available in India are available at half price in neighboring Nepal. In such a situation, interesting news has come from the border areas of Uttarakhand. People of Pithoragarh district of the state are crossing the Nepal border to buy vegetables at cheap prices. People from Tanakpur, Dharchula and Banbasa near the border cross the border to Nepal and buy cheap vegetables.

Decrease in vegetable production in the mountains

According to media reports, good rains in Kumaon in May-June lead to high production of vegetables in hilly areas, but this time drought has affected it significantly. Now, due to heavy rains, the income of vegetables has also decreased in these areas due to which their prices have increased. Here in Nepal, vegetable production has been good due to timely rains and favorable weather.

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These areas of Nepal produce bumper vegetables

MP Joshi, former vice president of Kanchanpur Industries Commerce Association of Nepal, has told a media organization that the production of vegetables in Dadeldhura and Aksham districts of Nepal has experienced a bumper. Apart from this, Baitari, Dorchula and Kanchanpura have recorded an increase of 20 percent in the production of vegetables compared to last year. Due to this, the prices of vegetables in Nepal are lower than the Indian market prices and people are coming here to buy vegetables. He said that the price of onion in Nepal is Rs 30, tomato Rs 40 and potato Rs 20 to Rs 25 per kg.

Nita Yadav

Nita Yadav

I am Nita Yadav, specializing in writing about politics and breaking national news. My focus is on delivering insightful and timely perspectives on these crucial topics, aiming to inform and engage my readers effectively.

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