Onions to be made available at Rs 23.9 p Delhi
In the midst of shooting costs, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said Delhi government will begin selling onions at ₹23.9 per kg from Saturday. "One individual can get most extreme 5 kg onions for their family," said Kejriwal. This, while the states have been approached to send their necessities to the Union Consumer Affairs Ministry on the off chance that they are confronting any deficiencies, IANS revealed. "The interest for any amount will be satisfied promptly," tweeted Consumer Affairs Minister Ram Vilas Paswan.
"To increase onion supplies to the business sectors, a group of two joint secretary-level officials has been sent to Maharashtra to converse with the ranchers, dealers, and transporters to evaluate the accessibility of onions and to induce them to carry more onions to the market," Paswan said in a progression of tweets.
Haryana, Andhra Pradesh, Delhi, Tripura, and Odisha are accounted for to have requested onions from the Center. "Nafed sent 10 trucks of onions to Haryana yesterday and another 5 trucks are being sent today according to their interest. The Delhi government has likewise requested 4 trucks of onions Saturday onwards and these are being made accessible to them," the tweet included.