Watch: Skyrocketing Onion Prices Leave Hard-hit Customers, Sellers In Punjab Teary-eyed

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While shopkeepers say the number of customers has dwindled following the rise in onion prices, consumers say onion is burning holes in their pockets.

Written By Digital Desk | Mumbai | Updated On:

Retailers and shopkeepers speak about how the number of customers has dwindled following the rise in onion prices in Ludhiana, Punjab. Meanwhile, customers spoke about how they cannot afford to buy onions which are being sold for over Rs 100 a kilo. They requested the government to take some steps to check onion prices. 

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