With sliding incomes, rural households are struggling to stay afloat and are curtailing consumption of essential goods
Vidisha/New Delhi: Ram Babu, who runs a hole-in-the-wall grocery store in Nateran village nestled deep inside Madhya Pradesh’s Vidisha district, doubles up as a daily wager. However, with villagers cutting on small purchases, sales in his shop are down. Moreover, landless households dependent on wage labour are unable to find work—a day of hard labour gets one as little as ₹150, yet there are no takers.
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