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I was wondering what would happen when rice sells for a 100 rupees per kilo. Same goes for floud.

We have seen a steep rise in the prices of dal, vegetables, cooking oil, sugar, etc. People can cut back on their consumption of these cooking inputs. But what will happen when food staples become expensive themselves? Will people skimp on rice and rotis? Which is the same as going hungry.

I think that is inevitable.

The lack of foresight of Indians will come to haunt them.


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