Diarytimes Media Network, Shimla Published by : Kumud Sharma, Updated July 2, 2023 by Diary Times
While the faces of the farmers have blossomed after the rise in the prices of tomatoes in the state for the last few days, others are also facing difficulties in buying tomatoes due to the rising prices.
It is worth mentioning that these days tomatoes are being sold in vegetable markets for 1300 to 1500 rupees per carat, while in the markets people have to pay 80 to 100 rupees per kg for one kilometer of tomatoes.
The people of Hamirpur say that due to the rising prices, they are facing a lot of trouble, especially the daily wage earners are finding it difficult to buy tomatoes from the market.
People have demanded from the government that the prices of tomatoes should be cut. It is a very shameful thing. If the prices of vegetables continue to increase like this, then it will be very difficult for the daily wage earner to eat mangoes, then the person who earns them during the day will eat them in the evening.
So if he needs tomatoes, then from where will he buy it for Rs.
Or for example, if someone has stored many big storages, like there are big garlands, they have stored it, then the administration had to investigate that the reason for which the rate of tomato has increased.