New Delhi: In the latest census report on income and housing conditions, there is no relief for renters.
The Indian government, for its part, reported a net gain of 5,621 million rupees ($11.4 million) in the year ended March 31.
That’s an increase of only 7.6 percent over the year before, when the government made some adjustments to its data.
While the government attributed the dip to drought conditions in several regions, the data does not support the government’s claim.
According to data released by the Census Bureau, the net gain in rental income was due to a net loss of 3.2 million people (1.5 percent) of their income.
While this might sound like a big dip, it is a small drop compared to the losses suffered by households in India during the worst of the monsoon rains in 2016.
The government has made some tweaks to the census data to reflect the current weather, but that does not change the fact that the economy has suffered a sharp decline.
A report by the government in May said that the government will increase subsidies to households that receive more than 2.5 million rupee ($44) a month.
The subsidy is the subsidy for housing, which is currently worth about 60 percent of the median income in India.
However, that subsidy is only available to the richest households.
The government will also increase subsidies for people who pay a monthly rent.
The CPI, which measures inflation, rose by 7.7 percent in March, the latest data shows.
The increase in the CPI will likely help the government maintain its target of 5 percent growth in 2020, which would be the second consecutive year of positive growth for the Indian economy.