In August 2022, the inflation rates based on the CPI-AL and CPI-RL grew to 6.94% and 7.26%, respectively.In July 2022, the inflation rate as measured by the CPI-AL and CPI-RL was 6.80% and 6.80%, respectively.

In August 2021, the inflation rate as measured by the CPI-AL and CPI-RL was 3.90 and 3.97 percent, respectively.

The Agricultural Laborers and Rural Laborers All-India Consumer Price Index Numbers (Base: 1986-87=100) climbed by 9 points each in August 2022 to 1140 and 1152 points, respectively.

The increase in the overall index of Agricultural Laborers and Rural Laborers was mostly caused by the food group.

In August 2022, the cost of food climbed to 6.16% for agricultural workers and 6.21% for rural workers.

In July 2022, they were 5.38% and 5.44%, respectively. In August 2021, they were 2.13% and 2.32%, respectively.

The CPI-AL increased at the highest rates in Jammu & Kashmir and Uttar Pradesh (15 points each).

Jammu & Kashmir saw the largest increase in the Consumer Price Index Numbers for Rural Laborers (CPI-RL) (17 points).

Fuel and light’s CPI-AL just marginally climbed from 1263 points in July to 1267 points in August.

Fuel and light’s CPI-RL rose from 1255 points in July to 1259 points in August.
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