ISLAMABAD - Prices of fruits, vegetables and other daily used commodities are witnessing decline in the markets, weekly and sasta bazaars of Islamabad due to sufficient increase in supply of fruits and vegetables from all provinces. Spokesman of ICTA said that prices of fruits and vegetables witnessed high trend during the first week of Ramazan due to increase in demand of food items from the consumers. The ICT Administration has drawn a comparison of prices of food with effect from first Ramazan. Potato was sold at Rs 49 per kg on the first of Ramazan whereas now it was sold in the market at Rs 40 per kg. Similarly, tomato was sold at Rs 46 per kg on first Ramazan and its price has also come down and it was being sold at Rs 29 kg on 6th of Ramazan. Lemon was sold at Rs 133 per kg on first Ramazan and on the 6th of Ramzan it was sold at Rs 104 per kg. Price of kadu has also come down from Rs 63 to Rs 32 per kg. Similarly, price of beans came down from Rs 140 to 105 per kg. Green Chilli also came down from Rs 77 to 42 per kg. Likewise, grapes also came down from Rs 256 to Rs 140 kg. Banana also came down from Rs 45 to 17 per dozen. Chicken also came down from Rs 130 to Rs 120. A comparison of prices in twin cities also indicated that the prices in Islamabad are much lower than Rawalpindi district. Price of patato in Islamabad was Rs 35 per kg on Saturday whereas in Rawalpindi it was Rs 37 per kg. Tomato in Islamabad was sold at Rs 29 per kg whereas it was sold in Rawalpindi at Rs 35. per kg. Green Chillies in Islamabad sold at Rs 42 whereas in Rawalpindi it was sold at Rs 52 per kg. Grapes in Islamabad were sold at Rs 115 per kg and in Rawalpindi it was sold at Rs 145 per kg. Banana was sold in Islamabad at Rs 17 and in Rawal pindi it was sold at Rs 40.