The recent heatwave and unseasonal rains have driven vegetable prices in Hyderabad to unprecedented levels ahead of Bakrid in Hyderabad. With a 30-50 percent increase in just a fortnight, the residents are feeling the impact of reduced supply and heightened demand.

The severe weather conditions, including extremely high temperatures during the summer

followed by heavy rains, have severely impacted vegetable crops. Districts like Narayanapeta have seen vendors selling some vegetables at Rs 100 per kg, while others range between Rs 80-90 per kg. This sharp increase is largely due to the additional costs incurred from importing vegetables from Raichur and Yadgir in Karnataka, including transportation expenses passed on to consumers.
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