With the country’s economy barely recovering from the corona epidemic, prices of many commodities, including petrol-diesel and edible oil, are skyrocketing across the country.

The prices of pulses and pulses have also started rising. As soon as the pulses and pulses made in the kitchen become expensive, the prices of pulses have started touching the sky.

The prices of pulses have increased sharply by 16 per cent in the last one month alone. The fall in production against the demand for pulses continues to be a cause of despair for the people.

With an increase of Rs 15, the price of pulses has gone up to Rs 125 per kg. There has been a decline of 25 to 30 percent in the cultivation of Tuvar, Adad. Pulses growers are shifting to cotton cultivation as the production of pulses is declining, which is driving up the prices.