Sitharaman first spoke of the inflation being at a "manageable level" earlier this month.
September is the 18th consecutive month of double-digit WPI inflation.
US consumer inflation soared to a 40-year high as prices continue to rise.
September's retail inflation of 7.41 per cent was much higher than last September's level of 4.35 per cent.
IMF's chief economist Pierre-Olivier Gourinchas said, "Inflation is still above the central bank target in India at 6.9 per cent (that) were projected for this year and coming down to 5.1 per cent".
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said that inflation in the country is much lower than that in developed countries.
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"IIM-Ahmedabad's One-year Ahead Business Inflation Expectations Survey in July has declined by 34 bps to 4.83 per cent from 5.17 per cent in June.
The Consumer Price Index-based retail inflation was at 7.01 per cent in June and 5.59 per cent in July 2021.
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Inflation in food articles in July eased to 10.77 per cent from 14.39 per cent in June.
Attending Azadi Ki Amrit Mahotsav programme in Bhubaneswar, Patra said, “India will become the second largest economy in the world not by 2048 as predicted earlier, but by 2031.
The reasons for the increase included various factors like international demand-supply situation, rise in global commodity prices and conflict between major wheat exporting nations like Ukraine and Russia, etc.
As per the government data, the average inflation was 6.65 per cent in 2014, came down to 4.91 in 2015 and further slipped to 3.33 in 2017. Even in 2019, it was 3.72 per cent but jumped to 6.62 in 2020. Average inflation rate in 2021 was 5.14 per cent.
The salary of Odisha MLAs is far less compared to many other states. Odisha MLAs’ monthly remuneration is 19th among Indian states.