Usually the egg prices are highest during December as the demand for eggs for cakes is highest, touching Rs 60 per dozen. They gradually start decreasing from January, with some stores charging as little as Rs 40 per dozen. However in 2016, it appears that the drought conditions in Maharashtra are adversely affecting the egg prices all over western India, resulting in a rapid increase in prices of eggs.
In May 2016, one of the lowest priced egg retailers in Panaji, Goa was quoting a price of Rs 58 for a dozen eggs , while smaller retailers are quoting prices of Rs 70 per dozen eggs. In contrast onion prices have crashed with the media reporting that farmers are expecting as little as Rs 3 per kilo for their onions.
The wild fluctuation in prices of food items again indicates the high levels of mismanagement in India as intelligence, security agencies take a sadistic pleasure in destroying the life of harmless brilliant students from the best engineering and other colleges in India, making fake allegations without any proof at all.
If India made optimal use of their human resources, experienced engineers from top colleges, then drought like conditions could be prevented, and a bumper crop of fruits and vegetables could be better utilized, processing it, so that it can be used when there is a crop shortage . Instead the shameless fraud cbi, ntro,raw, security agencies are allowed to waste infinite indian tax payer money on impersonation frauds, falsely claiming that their mediocre fraud relatives and friends are experienced engineers, stealing the resume of the experienced engineer who is denied information and opportunities.