Jalpaiguri, 26 July. The crime suppression branch (DIB) officials on Sunday morning campaigned in various markets in Jalpaiguri with the aim of checking the black marketing or overcharging of essential goods during the lock-down. They inquired about the price of the goods from the shopkeepers. During this time, the businessmen told that at present the prices of vegetables are less in the markets, so the prices of vegetables have increased. These people told that within the last few 8 weeks, vegetables are being sold at two to three times higher prices. Prices of different types of vegetables including Parabal, Brinjal, Shrimp, Bitter Gourd, Tomato are touching the sky in various markets of Jalpaiguri / No vegetables are available in the market below Rs. 90 to 80 forts. Prices of potato and kvass have also increased from Rs 30 to 40 per kg. Here the common people are very worried due to the sudden increase in the price of vegetables. People who came to the market told that in the last few days, the prices of vegetables have increased two to 3 times. In the midst of lock down, people are facing a lot of problems after growing vegetables like this. On the other hand, the shopkeepers said that due to heavy rains, water has frozen in the fields, which has destroyed vegetables in more mothers, lock down from above. Due to all these reasons, less quantity of vegetables is reaching the market. Therefore, the prices of vegetables have increased. The shopkeepers told that there is no possibility of decreasing the prices of vegetables for the next one to one and a half months. The departmental officials said that they regularly run campaigns in the markets and check the prices of other essential items, including vegetables. He said that this campaign will continue continuously.