Pakistan. Vegetables prices seen slight inclination


Vegetables and fruit prices was seen slight inclination in the city as the prices of tomatoes has reached Rs.75 from Rs 87 per kilogram and Green Chillies reaches Rs 105 from 134 per kilogram. Islamabad Market Committee on Tuesday issued price list of vegetables and fruits in the markets of Federal Capital.

According to a spokesman, there is a shortage of supply due to which prices of some vegetables were high, the rate list of vegetables in Islamabad except for Jinnah Super, Super and Kohsar markets are as follows:

Potato Rs 53/46 per Kg, Onion Rs 69/60, Ginger Rs 195/135, Garlic Dasi Rs 105/85, Garlic (Quetta) Rs 135/110, Lady Finger Rs 150/125, Pumpkin Rs 75/64, Brinjal Rs 55/49, Peas Rs 140/120, Cucumber Rs 55/49, Capsicum Rs 115/95, Cauliflower Rs 75/65, Cabbage Rs 55/48, Bitter Gourd Rs 115/100, Green Zucchini Rs 85/70, Spinach Rs 25/20, Raddish Rs 22/17, Turnip Rs 23/18, Maroo Rs 75/65, Yam Rs 52/42, Carrot Rs 65/54, Saag Rs 25/18, Lemon (China) Rs 65/54, Chicken Rs 175 and Eggs per dozen Rs129.

Likewise, he said that rates of fruit per kilogram of high and medium quality in Islamabad are as follows: Apple Golden Rs 170/130, Papaya Rs 170/130, Apple China Rs 260/225, Banana Pak Rs 115/85, Guava Rs 75/65, Pomegranate Rs 220/150, Fruiter Rs 110/80, Pear China Rs 180/145 and Orange (Khanpur) Rs 125/110.

The spokesman has asked all the people to follow this list and inform the authorities at 051-4867762 in case of any complaint against the shopkeepers.


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