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CPI-IW increases in All-India thanks to Rice, Flour, and Tomatoes

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According to Tuesday’s statement by the ministry, the All-India Consumer Price Index for Industrial Workers was up 1.7 points to 127.7.

One month percentage changes showed that it rose by 1.35 % compared with the previous month. This is a significant increase from 0.42 percent recorded in the same months last year.

The Food and Beverages group contributed 0.80 percent to the total change and provided the maximum upward pressure.

“At item level, Rice, Wheat Atta, Potato, Tomato, Cauliflower, French bean, Peas, Lemon, Brinjal, Apple, Banana, Orange, Soyabean Oil, Sunflower Oil, Dairy Milk, Cow Milk, Poultry Chicken, Cooked Meal, Petrol, Diesel, Cooking Gas, kerosene Oil, Auto Rickshaw Fare, Bus Fare, Allopathic Medicine, Mobile Handset, Motor Cycle, Barber & Beautician Charges etc. “The rise in index is due to the following: According to the statement.

However, Onion, Drumstick, Bitter Gourd, Parwal, Chilli Green, Egg, Electricity Charges, Flower Garland, and others largely stopped this rise. This puts downward pressure on the index.

Haryana’s Gurugram had the highest increase at 7.4 and Jalandhar was second with 6.5. There were 3 centres that saw an improvement of between 5 and 5.9 points, 3 centers with an increase between 4 and 4.9 points, 3 centre increases between 3 and 3.9 points, 3 centres with an increase between 3 to 3.9 points, 3 Centres between 3 to 4.9 points, 3 Centres between 3 to 3.99 points, 23 Centres between 2 to 2.9 points, 23 centres from 2 to 2.5 points, 32 centres ranging between 1 to 1.9 points, 19 centres ranging between 0.1 to 9 points. Darjeeling saw a maximum decrease in 0.8 points, followed by Alwar (0.2) and Shillong (0.2).

The month’s year-on year inflation was 6.33 percent. This compares to 5.35% for the previous months and 5.14% during the corresponding period a year earlier. The food inflation was also 7.05 percent, compared to 6.27 percent in the previous month and 4.78% in the corresponding month last year.

The Labour Bureau, an attached office of the Ministry of Labour & Employment, compiles the Consumer Price Index for Industrial Workers every month on the basis of retail prices collected from 317 markets spread over 88 industrially important centres in the country. The index is calculated for 88 centers and All-India, and is published on the last day of each month.

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