After the CM demanding an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth. The people have started the revolt. Farmers from Jhabua district MP has decided not to export their veggies and fruits to Pakistan. A farmer said," that the farmers want Pakistan to get destroyed neither they will send their tomatoes nor they will let any other country to export tomatoes to Pakistan." In India, tomatoes are selling at Rs. 10/Kg while tomatoes in Lahore are going through inflation and are selling at the price of 180/kg.
Pakistan exports a large amount of vegetables from Azadpur Mandi, they too have decided not to export their output to Pakistan. While on the other hand, India has taken strong economic action by raising customs duty to 200 percent on all goods, including fresh fruits, raw cotton including waste, cement, petroleum products, minerals, processed minerals, inorganic chemicals, cotton fabrics, glass, leather, and glassware are also among such items that account for 95 per cent of the total shipments.
This clearly means banning imports from Pakistan. Sharing similar views, Federation of Indian Export Organisations (FIEO) Director General Ajay Sahai said that Pakistan would face a significant impact due to this decision.