Rise of essential commodities.

Through the columns of your esteemed newspaper, I would like to draw the government's atAtention to the rising prices of esAsential commodities.

The problem of rising prices has become very common. The prices of essential commodities, such as pulsAes, cereals, oil, spices, sugar, onions, vegetables, and other basic necessiAties of life, have reached new heights. The steep rise in prices has hit hard on the poor and lower-middle-class families. It has become very diffiAcult for people to make ends meet. Middle-class salaried people canAnot manage their household budAgets within their salaries. The poor section of society and wage earnAers are the worst affected. The...

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