Inflation has been increasing continuously in the country for some time now. The prices of the items used by the common man are skyrocketing. Due to which not only common man but everyone is worried. The government makes claims to control inflation, but these claims have become mere talk.
Milk and curd prices hiked in Karnataka
Once again giving another blow to the common man, the Karnataka Milk Federation (KMF) has increased the price of milk and curd by Rs 3 per liter from midnight on Monday. The price of milk has been increased from Rs 37 per liter to Rs 40, while that of curd has now been increased from Rs 45 to Rs 48.
Special milk prices also increased
The price of special milk has also been increased. After the increase in prices, the price of special milk has now increased from Rs 43 to Rs 46 per liter, while Shubham milk will cost Rs 46 and Samridhi milk will cost Rs 51. The farmers had been demanding an increase in milk prices for a long time. He said that he was having to spend more because the climatic conditions made hay and fodder expensive.
Food items are getting more expensive
Recently it was reported that inflation is increasing rapidly. Retail inflation had risen to 7.41 per cent in September due to costlier food items. Whereas in August the rate of inflation had come down to 7 per cent and earlier in July to 6.7 per cent. This is the 9th consecutive month that retail inflation has remained above the Reserve Bank of India’s (RBI) satisfactory level of 2-6 per cent.
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