Indian mother: We are struggling with inflation
Global Stringer

After the severe COVID-19 epidemic subsided from its peak, inflation became another burden on the lives of Indian people. The prices of tomatoes, potatoes, radishes, and other vegetables on the local market have increased by 1 to 1.5 times. At the same time, due to the rise in the prices of metals such as steel and copper, the prices of pots and pans and even electric lights have risen by 15-20 percent, which leads households to trade down. CGTN stringer Aarju Aalam interviewed an ordinary family in New Delhi and showed how inflation is affecting their lives.

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