By Shyamsundar Datta, Triprua State: Due to untimely rains, farmers have suffered severe losses in winter vegetable cultivation. As the prices of winter vegetables continue to rise in the daily market, the buyers are generally optimistic. Like other parts of the state, the Teliamura market also has a shortage of winter vegetables. Taking advantage of this opportunity, some vegetable traders are making extra profit by selling winter vegetables at higher prices. However, as the sub-divisional administration is indifferent in the market of rising commodity prices, the buyers are burning their hands every day while buying vegetables. On the other hand, winter vegetable growers are facing losses due to unseasonal rains. Especially among the winter vegetables, radish, cauliflower, coriander leaves, beans and other vegetables have been destroyed. Farmers in different parts of Teliamura are not able to go to the market with winter vegetables due to loss of winter vegetables due to untimely rains. Due to untimely rains at the beginning of the dry season, farmers are not able to see the face of the crop even after sowing winter vegetable seeds three times. As a result, farmers naturally face losses. Due to which cauliflower, beans, radishes are being sold at high prices even though there is a shortage of winter vegetables in the market.