India facing Heat of Inflation Necessary Commodity prices Go up

India facing Heat of Inflation Necessary Commodity prices Go up

Inflation in India 2022 After Two Years of Downtime

India, 9th April, 2022: Prices for a variety of critical commodities are rising, wreaking havoc on the average person. Car, cement, petrol, and housing prices are all on the rise, adding to people's troubles. "Make lemonade when life gives you lemons."
What can one do, though, when lemons cost Rs 300-400 per kg? At this pricing, making lemonade is a difficult feat! And it's not just lemons: cumin, coriander, and chillies have all increased by 40-60%.
Beans, a typical food in Indian families, have increased in price to Rs 120/kg. Cauliflower, which was selling for Rs 40/kg a month ago, is now selling for Rs 80/kg, more than double the previous price. The plight of the common man is not confined to vegetable prices; milk prices have also risen.

Amul said on February 28 that it was boosting milk prices by Rs 2/litre, resulting in a 4% increase in MRPs. Mother Dairy followed suit and increased milk costs by Rs 2/litre. Beans, a typical food in Indian families, have increased in price to Rs 120/kg. Cauliflower, which was selling for Rs 40/kg a month ago, is now selling for Rs 80/kg, more than double the previous price. High transaction costs, exacerbated by rising gasoline and diesel prices, are to blame.

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