The government of India has reduced the price of tomatoes to Rs 80 per kg from today, July 16th. This is a welcome relief for consumers, who have been struggling to afford the high cost of this essential ingredient.


The government of India has announced that it will be selling tomatoes at a subsidized rate of Rs 80 per kg from July 16th. This is a significant decrease from the previous price of Rs 90 per kg, which was set in response to the high cost of tomatoes in recent months.

The decision to reduce the price of tomatoes was made after a re-assessment of the situation from across 500 plus points in the country. The government found that the wholesale prices of tomatoes had decreased in recent weeks, due in part to the government's intervention.

Sales of tomatoes at the subsidized rate will start today at several points each in Delhi, NOIDA, Lucknow, Kanpur, Varanasi, Patna, Muzaffarpur, and Arrah. The government plans to expand the sale of tomatoes at a subsidized rate to more cities in the coming days.

The government's decision to reduce the price of tomatoes is a welcome relief for consumers, who have been struggling to afford the high cost of this essential ingredient. The government has said that it is committed to providing relief to consumers, and this move is a step in the right direction.

In addition to reducing the price of tomatoes, the government has also taken other steps to address the high cost of food. These include increasing the supply of food grains, providing subsidies to farmers, and cracking down on hoarding and profiteering.

The government's efforts to reduce the cost of food are having a positive impact. In recent weeks, the prices of several essential food items, including wheat, rice, and pulses, have come down. The government is confident that its measures will continue to help to bring down the cost of food and provide relief to consumers.

(The above news is in consideration with the press release by the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution)

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