Environment variables are not getting created inside docker container

I am using Docker for Windows (2.2.0.5) on my Windows 10 Pro system.
I have created and build the docker image for my dotnet core app (SDK 3.1).
This app is connecting with external MySQL server to fetch data.
The app inside docker container is able to connect with database with hardcoded connection string. But not able to connect with arguments passed using -e flag. Upon investigation i figured out the environment variables are not getting created inside docker container.

Below is my docker run command –

docker run -d -p 5003:80 --name price-cat pricingcatalog:latest -e DB_HOST=165.202.xx.xx -e DB_DATABASE=pricing_catalog -e DB_USER=my-username -e DB_PASS=my-password

I am printing all environment variables created with container using C# code –

Console.WriteLine("All environment variables....Process");
            foreach(DictionaryEntry envVar in Environment.GetEnvironmentVariables(EnvironmentVariableTarget.Process)){
                Console.WriteLine("key={0}, value={1}", envVar.Key, envVar.Value);
            }
            Console.WriteLine("============================");

            Console.WriteLine("All environment variables....User");
            foreach(DictionaryEntry envVar in Environment.GetEnvironmentVariables(EnvironmentVariableTarget.User)){
                Console.WriteLine("key={0}, value={1}", envVar.Key, envVar.Value);
            }
            Console.WriteLine("============================");

            Console.WriteLine("All environment variables....Machine");
            foreach(DictionaryEntry envVar in Environment.GetEnvironmentVariables(EnvironmentVariableTarget.Machine)){
                Console.WriteLine("key={0}, value={1}", envVar.Key, envVar.Value);
            }
            Console.WriteLine("============================");

Below is what i am getting –
Environment variables issue
Docker version
Is there anything i am missing out here.

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