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Heavy rains drive up vegetable prices in Karachi

Heavy rains and floods have caused not only widespread damages and deaths across Balochistan and Sindh provinces, they have also pushed up prices of vegetables in Karachi. Various crops have been badly affected in Sindh and Balochistan.

Onion is being sold between Rs120 to Rs140 per kg in Karachi’s local market. Tomato at Rs160 per kg, Ladyfinger at Rs160 to 170 per kg, Spinach at Rs250 per kg. Garlic is being sold at Rs320 per kg. Aubergine is being sold at Rs150 per kg in Karachi’s local vegetable market.

Earlier on Wednesday, Sindh minister also expressed fear of a food crisis as the majority of crops had been completely destroyed across the country

[ Rs100 = €0,45 ]

Source: arynews.tv


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