Bajra - market to go up in coming days
Last week, purchases were made by the government in some mandis of Haryana and Rajasthan at the minimum support price, but due to increasing pressure of new goods, the prices in the mandis have also stopped at Rs 2375/2400 per quintal after increasing by Rs 50-60 in the past few days. In the markets where the government is purchasing, prices are rising. The main reason for this is that the minimum support price has been fixed by the government at Rs 2500 in the current marketing year, due to this there is no scope for recession, but the crop is now ready to ripen in Central UP and Eastern UP, due to which the market is stable. Now it will increase after waiting a little. The all-round crop this time has been good due to less rainfall, which is estimated to be 160-162 lakh tonnes.