#OnionPrices trends on Twitter as price of kitchen staple surges; 'Even Teja would've opted for onion farming', says one user
Amidst this, people are taking to social media platforms – especially Twitter – to respond to the price hike in the vegetable.
The sky-rocketing price of onions is posing a tough challenge for people, especially belonging to the poor and middle-class category.
According to reports, from Rs 60/kg in September, the price of onions has increased to almost Rs 160/ kg
Amidst this, people are taking to social media platforms especially Twitter to respond to the price hike in the vegetable.
The skyrocketing prices of onions are posing a tough challenge for people, especially those belonging to the poor and middle-class category. Prices of onion in many places have crossed Rs 100 per kilogram because of less production.
Amidst this, people are taking to social media platforms – especially Twitter – to respond to the price hike in the kitchen staple. People are flooding the micro-blogging site with jokes and memes using the hashtag #OnionPrices, which has become one of the top trends on Thursday.
While some users shared memes, others posted funny videos.
Here is how Twitter reacted:
— Gulshan Laassi (@gulshanlassi) December 5, 2019
— Tweetera🐦 (@DoctorrSays) December 5, 2019
— Dilip Rangwani (@ItsRDil) December 5, 2019
— The funny drug dealer (@funnydrugs) December 5, 2019
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