New Delhi (Uttam Hindu News)- The second phase of the farmers’ movement is going on and the situation remains terrible at the Shambhu border, while on the other hand, due to this movement, vegetables may become expensive in the coming days. In fact, in the markets where the conflict is going on, vegetable sellers and buyers are having to spend more money than before. For example, if we talk about Ghazipur vegetable market, autos used to be available for taking vegetables to the market for between two hundred to three hundred rupees, but looking at today’s situation, one has to spend five hundred rupees. A vendor said that initially the autos are not ready to come because they have to wait a long time to come to the market and at the time of return, hence they are demanding higher fare.
Vegetables from Meerut, Muzaffarnagar, Hapur, Ghaziabad and Greater Noida also come for sale in Ghazipur vegetable market. But due to this hassle of commuting, their fare will also increase. This can have a direct impact on the prices of vegetables. Similarly, the arrival of vegetables from Haryana through Indus border may be affected. From here, green vegetables like cabbage, chilli, spinach reach Delhi. Its direct effect can be seen in the form of prices.