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1. Which of the following factors led to the decline in inflation rate in India during 2014-15? 1.Persistent decline in crude oil prices 2.Softness in global prices of tradables such as edible oils and coals 3.Tight monetary policy pursued by the Reserve Bank of India Select the correct answer using the codes below





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