Vegetable Price In Mumbai: The prices of petrol and diesel are touching the sky in the country, in the same way now people are worried due to the rising costs of vegetables. The prices of vegetables are touching the sky in Mumbai. According to the shopkeepers, all this has happened recently.
The Spot News 18 reached Byculla Vegetable Market in Mumbai, where shopkeepers said vegetables are getting expensive. Because of this, now customers have to take vegetables more expensive. Along with the vegetable sellers, the customers also said that the costly vegetable had spoiled their budget.
Vegetable Price In Mumbai Today
- Bitter gourd – 40 rupees kg
- Cauliflower – 60 rupees kg
- Gourd – 40 rupees kg
- Capsicum – Rs 60 per kg
- Bhindi – 40 rupees a kg
- Brinjal – Rs 60 a kg
- Tomato – Rs 60 per kg
- Onion – Rs 40 per kg
- Potato – 20 rupees kg
CNG-PNG became expensive in Delhi
For the second time in October, the prices of CNG and PNG have been increased. Indraprastha Gas Limited (IGL) has informed about the increase in the prices of CNG and PNG. The increased rates have come into effect from 6 am on October 13.
Earlier, Indraprastha Gas Limited had increased the prices on October 2. In Delhi, CNG has become costlier by Rs 2.28 per kg, and PNG has become more expensive by Rs 2.10 per SCM. Twelve days ago also the same increase in the rate of CNG was done.