Those who were speaking about the prices of onion when it touched ₹50 to ₹60 per kg are now silent when it has crossed ₹80 per kg. This addendum was brought by none other than Tejaswi Yadav in the first phase of the last spell of his electioneering. He displayed an onion garland to affect the voting trend.
His decision to include the onion price hike issue was not unintentional. I think it can be a last-ditch effort to cause dismay among the people towards the present ruling leaders in the state. As this rooty ingredient remains present in everyone’s dish almost daily, the spurt in prices affects every voter at this time of choosing a representative.
कमर तोड़ महंगाई, भ्रष्टाचार, बेरोजगारी से आम आदमी त्राहिमाम कर रहा है। काम-धंधा ठप्प है। किसान,मज़दूर,नौजवान और व्यापारी वर्ग को खाने के लाले पड़ रहे है। छोटे व्यापारियों को BJP सरकार ने मार दिया है।महंगाई बढ़ने पर ये लोग प्याज़ का माला पहन कर घूमते थे अब हम उन्हें यह सौंप रहे है pic.twitter.com/0kLOPwVrOx
— Tejashwi Yadav (@yadavtejashwi) October 26, 2020
The NAFED has indicated the putrefying onions at the stock so this scarcity will not bring any relaxation until the fresh produce down not come into the market. I think maybe NAFED might express new disclosures in the next week. The first will give something important about the moon while the latter also assure of relief in the price next week. The story of both reliable administrative institutions could lose vehemence after the results of the elections.
It cannot be forgotten that the BJP won people’s support by maintaining a facility of 12 LPG cylinders to the consumers but it now appears to be snatching the foods from their plates by restricting the use of certain vegetables. What is the purpose of these gas cylinders in the absence of raw vegetables to cook? The kitchen moans at its emptiness, however, the point of inflationary trend follows our unaccountable and careless political leaders.