Retail price inflation for agricultural and rural workers increased to 6.60% and 6.82%, respectively, in July, mainly due to higher prices for some food products.
In June, retail price inflation for agricultural and rural workers stood at 6.43 percent and 6.76 percent respectively.
“The point-to-point inflation rate based on CPI-AL (Consumer Price Index – Agricultural Workers) and CPI-RL (Consumer Price Index – Rural Workers) was 6, 60% and 6.82% in July 2022 compared to 6.43% and 6.76% respectively in June 2022 and 3.92% and 4.09% respectively in the corresponding month (July 2021) of the year previous year,” said a statement from the Department of Labor.
Similarly, food inflation stood at 5.38% and 5.44% in July 2022, compared to 5.09% and 5.16% respectively in June 2022 and 2.66% and 2.74% respectively. during the corresponding month of the previous year. declared.
The All India Consumer Price Index for Agricultural Laborers and Rural Laborers for July 2022 rose by 6 points each to stand at 1131 and 1143 points respectively.
The CPI-AL was 1125 points in June 2022, while the CPI-RL was 1137 points during the month.
The main contribution to the increase in the general index of agricultural workers and rural workers came from the food group with 4.41 and 4.07 points respectively, mainly due to the increase in the prices of rice, wheat -atta, bajra, legumes, milk, fresh fish, onion, green/dry chillies, ginger, spice mix, vegetables and fruits, ready-made tea, etc.
The rise in the index varied from state to state. In the case of Farmworkers, it recorded an increase of 1 to 13 points in 20 states. Tamil Nadu with 1301 points topped the index chart, while Himachal Pradesh with 890 points stood at the bottom.
In the case of rural workers, it recorded an increase of 1 to 13 points in 20 states. Tamil Nadu with 1290 points topped the index chart while Himachal Pradesh with 942 points held bottom.
Among the states, the highest increase in consumer price index figures for agricultural and rural workers was recorded by Assam (13 points each), mainly due to higher prices of rice, green chillies, vegetables and fruits, etc., he said.
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