News Desk: In the last one week, the price of broiler chicken has increased by 15 rupees per kg. Through this, the price of broiler chicken increased by Tk 45 per kg for four consecutive weeks. As a result of continuous increase in prices, the price of broiler chicken has gone up to Rs 200 per kg.
Along with broiler chickens, the price of golden chickens has also gone up in the last one week. However, the prices of most vegetables remained unchanged. Of course, all kinds of vegetables are being sold at very high prices in the winter season full of vegetables.
On Friday (December 31), traders in various markets in the capital were seen selling broiler chickens at Rs 195 to Rs 200 per kg, up from Rs 160 to Rs 185 last week. And four weeks ago it was 150 to 155 rupees.
Besides broiler chickens, prices of Pakistani cock or golden chicken have also gone up. Traders are selling golden chicken at Rs 300 to Rs 340 per kg, up from Rs 290 to Rs 300 last week. And three weeks ago it was 250 to 260 rupees.
Regarding the price of chicken, Jasim Uddin, a trader of Karwan Bazar, said that the supply of broiler chicken in the market has been low for several weeks now. Due to this the price is increasing from time to time. Seeing the trend of rising prices, we had a few weeks ago the idea that at some point it will be 200 rupees per kg.
Rampura businessman said. "We will not be surprised at the rate at which the price of broiler chicken is going up to Rs 250 per kg," Milon said. Because yesterday I sold 180 kg of broiler chicken. Within a day, the price of broiler chicken has gone up to Rs 200 per kg.
Md. Came to buy chicken in Rampura market. Mamun said, "I saw broiler chicken being sold at Tk 160 per kg in the market last evening." I came to the market today and saw that 200 rupees per kg was being sold. If the price goes up like this, the meat will go up from the forehead of low income people like us. Those concerned should take immediate steps to control prices.
Talking to Bank Officer Mahim in Malibagh Bazaar. He said that due to lack of proper market monitoring, the prices of one thing after another are increasing. Ordinary people like us suffer because of the increase in prices.
Despite the increase in the price of chicken, the price of chicken eggs of the farm has remained unchanged during the week. Like last week, a dozen chicken eggs from the farm are available for 100 rupees. The price of onion has remained unchanged. Like last week, new domestic onion is being sold at 40 rupees per kg.
Meanwhile, the vegetable market has been visited, traders are selling cauliflower pieces for 30 to 60 rupees. Beans are being sold at 40 to 50 rupees per kg. However, bean sprouts are being sold at 60 to 70 rupees. The prices of these vegetables have remained unchanged during the week.
At the same time, the price of old potatoes has remained unchanged. Old potatoes are being sold at Tk 25 per kg like last week. However, the price of new potatoes has come down. New potatoes, which were sold at Tk 30 per kg last week, are now being sold at Tk 20.
Ripe tomatoes and carrots are on the list to remain unchanged. Like last week, ripe tomatoes are being sold at 40 to 60 rupees per kg. And carrots are being sold at 40 to 50 rupees per kg.
Besides, a kilo of barb is being sold for 50 to 60 rupees. Mulberry is being sold at 30 to 40 rupees per kg, shawl wheat (whole copy) at 30 to 40 rupees per kg, red bean at 10 to 15 rupees and radish bean at 10 to 15 rupees. And spinach seeds are being sold for 15 to 20 rupees. Their prices have also remained unchanged at weekly intervals.
Turning to the fish market, it has been seen that Rui fish is being sold at 300 to 450 rupees per kg. Killed fish is being sold at the same price. Horn and taki fish are being sold at 250 to 350 rupees per kg. Shoal fish is being sold at 600 to 750 rupees per kg. Tilapia and pangasius fish are being sold at 150 to 160 rupees per kg. The prices of these fish have remained unchanged during the week.
Hilsa fish weighing one kg is being sold for one thousand to one thousand 200 rupees. Small hilsa fish is being sold for 500 to 600 rupees per kg. Tube fish is being sold at 180 to 200 rupees per kg. Shrimp is being sold at 600 to 750 rupees per kg. The prices of these fish did not change during the week.