PTI Photo New Delhi. While on the one hand, for the last three days, everyone’s favorite tomato (Tomato Rises) in vegetables has become so red due to inflation that it is directly affecting our and your household budget as well. If you see, potatoes, onions and tomatoes are the three main requirements in the kitchen of every Indian common man, if they are not there then leave the kitchen at all, the taste of our food deteriorates and now when their prices have increased, the hole in the pocket is also bigger. It is done. Visually, all these three vegetables are perennial. But in the last three days, on hearing the price of tomato, you and I are getting dizzy and why not because now tomato has come down to Rs.100-120/kg. Tomatoes become costlier in many states of the country Due to heavy rains in the country’s capital Delhi, the prices of tomatoes have increased. Tomato seller Deepak here says, “We are getting tomatoes in bulk at Rs 60-80 per kg. People will get it for Rs 90-100 in retail. The rates have increased in the last 10-15 days due to the rains.” Patna: Due to rains in many areas of the country, an increase in the prices of vegetables was also seen in Bihar. Seller Mohammad Faheem said, “The price of tomatoes has gone up to Rs 100 per kg. It is raining a lot where the tomatoes are coming from, due to which the crop has rotted. Earlier tomatoes of Bihar were being sold which… pic.twitter.com/CHDmEhNnAi — ANI_HindiNews (@AHindinews) June 28, 2023 Talking about Uttar Pradesh, the prices of vegetables have increased due to continuous rains in Lucknow. The biggest jump was seen in tomato prices. Here a vegetable seller said, “’Tomato has reached Rs.100 per kg. Those who need 1 kg are taking 250 grams. Tomatoes have become costlier since last 4-5 days. This is affecting people’s pockets a lot. Uttar Pradesh: Due to incessant rains in Lucknow, the prices of vegetables increased. The biggest jump was seen in the prices of tomatoes.(27.06) A vendor said, “’Tomatoes have reached Rs 100 a kg. Those who need 1 kg are taking 250 grams. Tomato has become costlier since last 4-5 days.… pic.twitter.com/OoJQK9ddP5 — ANI_HindiNews (@AHindinews) June 27, 2023 Delhi | Price of tomatoes rises due to heavy rainfall “In wholesale, we are getting tomatoes for Rs 60-80 kg. In retail people will get it for Rs 90-100. The rates have gone up in the last 10-15 days due to rains,” says Deepak, a tomato seller in Delhi pic.twitter.com/UvdpfAOl4h — ANI (@ANI) June 28, 2023 Due to this, an increase in the prices of vegetables has been observed in Bihar as well. Mohammad Faheem, a vendor here said, “The price of tomatoes has gone up to Rs 100 per kg. It is raining a lot where the tomatoes are coming from, due to which the crop has rotted. Earlier tomatoes of Bihar were being sold which were cheap but now they are over. Now tomatoes are coming from Bangalore.” If we look at why the prices of tomatoes are increasing, then for the past several days, the process of rain is also going on in many areas of the country, due to which the tomato crop has also suffered a lot. Now, due to heavy rains, tomato crop in the fields is not getting enough tomatoes to reach the mandis. Due to which now suddenly the prices of tomatoes are increasing in the mandis. At the same time, in many vegetable markets of the country, these days tomato is being sold at the rate of Rs. 1100 to Rs. 4000 per quintal. At present, this increase in tomato prices is expected to continue for the next few days.