A day after the Assam government reported relaxations in COVID19-instigated lockdown in Kamrup Metro region, the directorate of agriculture and food handling has given a value rundown of vegetables. In a request gave on Saturday, the state government permitted the house-to-house offer of foods grown from the ground between 8 AM and 2 PM on Monday and Wednesday (July 6 and 8).
In any case, the administration has not permitted side of the road distributing of any organic product, vegetable, and fish. The purchaser costs of vegetables were fixed on Sunday in a gathering held at Assam State Agriculture Marketing Board in nearness of authorities from Kamrup locale organization, Assam State Agricultural Marketing Board, and the directorate of Horticulture and food preparing.
Edge Gourd can be sold at 35 for each kg, Tender Ash Gourd at Rs. 30 for every piece, Pointed Guard at
Rs. 30 for each Kg, Long Bean – Rs. 40 for every Kg; Bitter Guard – Rs. 40 for every Kg, Pumpkin – Rs 20 for each kg and Ladies finger can be sold at 30 for every kg.
The cost of Cabbage has been fixed at Rs 30 for each kg, Chili per kg at Rs 60, Carrot per kg – Rs 90; French Beans per kg – Rs. 90, Sponge Gourd per kg – Rs 30, Cucumber per kg – Rs 30, Bottle Gourd per piece – Rs 35, Peas per kg Rs 85 and Assam Lemon’s cost has been fixed at Rs 3 for every piece.
The dealers should sell Brinjal per kg at Rs 40, Spine Gourd per kg at Rs. 46, Coriander leaves per Muthi at Rs 5, Capsicum per kg at Rs 80, Knolkhol at Rs. 40 for every Kg, Potato (New) per kg at Rs 30 and Tomato for each Kg at Rs 50.
The cost of Colocasia has been fixed at Rs 40 for every kg, Snake Gourd at Rs 30 for each kg, Squash at Rs 50 for every kg, Radish at Rs 35 for each kg, and the cost of Kunduli has been fixed at Rs. 32 for each kg.
“Notwithstanding, the checking board of trustees is approved to screen the buyer cost based on any circumstance emerges,” the chief of cultivation and food preparing expressed.
Keeping considering the flood in COVID19 positive cases in Guwahati, the Assam government in a request reported total lockdown in Kamrup Metro area for about fourteen days from June 29-July 12.
Nonetheless, on Saturday, the state government in a request declared relaxations in a few exercises.