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Inflation: Apples and bananas away from iftar, instead of fruits, only watermelons are being taken

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People cannot eat fruits in Iftar. When it is necessary to eat fruit. Because the weakness which comes from fasting for one month is removed by eating fruits. Inflation has bothered Rosario.

With the beginning of Ramadan, the prices of Iftar items have increased rapidly. People prefer fruits during Iftar, but due to the high price of fruits, fruits have disappeared from the plate of the poor. Most of the people of the Muslim community keep fast during Ramadan. Fasting throughout the day and Iftar in the evening. But the rising prices of Iftar items are troubling the bread earners.

It is necessary to eat fruits in fasting
Inflation has become such that people cannot even eat fruits in Iftar. When it is necessary to eat fruit. Because the weakness which comes from fasting for one month is removed by eating fruits. Inflation has bothered Rosario.

Everyday people are buying watermelon instead of fruit
These villagers say that at the time of Iftar, all the things are present at the Dastarkhan which Allah has made worthy. But the fruit has disappeared from the pockets of the poor. One thing is that it is Sunnah to break the fast with dates during Iftar. But this time the price of dates has increased a lot. Sources say that this time most of the poor are using watermelon in Iftar. Because despite the increase in the price of watermelon, it is getting 30 to 40 rupees per kg. Mohammad Ekbal, a shopkeeper of Sherghati New Market Fruits, said that the increase in the prices of fruits is due to Ramzan. He also admitted that the poor variety of Rojadar was unable to procure fruit. He said that most of the people are buying watermelon instead of the fruit of the fast.

Fruit and its cost kg
Apple Rs. 140
Orange – 80 to 100 rupees
Bidana – Rs. 120 to 140
Grapes – Rs 80 to 100
Lalmi – 80 to 100 rupees
Watermelon – 30 to 40 rupees
Banana – 50 to 80 rupees per dozen
Papaya – Rs 50 to 60
Dates – Rs. 300 to 800

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