Onion prices: Centre has stopped controlled-rate supply, alleges Kejriwal

Onions sellers in a market

As onion prices again reached near the hundred rupee mark in the national capital, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday claimed that the Centre had stopping its supply at a controlled price to the city government.

Responding to a media query, he said he will write to the Centre to resume the supply.

"It is sad that the Central government has stopped the supply of onions to the city for the last two-three days," Kejriwal said, adding that his government gets onions from the Centre and sells it at various places in the city.

 



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