In the markets of Punjab, Haryana and Rajasthan, cotton prices were up 20 per cent on the occasion of Diwali, but Diwali Muhurat's business was down by Rs 30-40 per mind on Tuesday. Most cotton farmers, after the Diwali, open the sale of cotton wool with the possibility of rolling cotton prices. In Diwali Muhurat, there are about 38 to 39 thousand bales in the above states. In Haryana, Rs 4511, 4531, 4551 and 4560 rupees in cotton and 4501, 4521, 4525 and 4530 rupees in cotton in Punjab.
Last day, due to the upturn in the foreign cotton market, Rs 25-30 per quintal has increased to Rs 4520-4550, Rs 4540-4590, Haryana Rs 4540-4590, Hanumangarh circle Rs 4545-4550 rupees and Lower Rajasthan Rs 44300-45100 rupees per candy went. According to sources, the cotton prices have increased by 20 per cent in comparison to the previous year but this fast has not been given either Ru E Bikwal (cotton poisoner) nor spinning mills because both of them have been traded for several days Disperty itself is dipped.