OUR STAFF REPORTER ISLAMABAD - The Sensitive Price Indicator based inflation has shown a minor decline of 0.11 per cent during the week ended on Thursday against the same period last year, Federal Bureau of Statistics reported on Saturday. Federal Bureau of Statistics on Saturday revealed 0.11 per cent increase in combined SPI over the previous week. The inflation was 10.17 per cent higher as compared to the same week last year for all income groups. Meanwhile it has registered at 9.81 per cent for Rs3000 monthly income group, and 9.67 per cent up for people in Rs3001 to Rs5000 monthly income basket. The inflation soared by 9.74 per cent for people earning Rs5001 to Rs12, 000 monthly income group and 11.30 per cent for those earning more than Rs12, 000 monthly. Weekly inflation computed on 53 essential items collected from 17 urban centers showed increase in the prices of only 11 items and decrease in prices of 13 essential commodities whereas prices of 29 items remained stable but considerably higher compared to last year. Red chilies price went up from Rs255.49 per kg on September 08 to Rs275.33 on September 15 and tomatoes from Rs34.02 to Rs35.73. meanwhile prices of wheat average quality, egg, mustard oil, beef, wheat flour, gur, mutton and firewood also showed increase in the week ended on Thursday against the previous week. According to the data, per dozen prices of bananas has decrease to Rs 57.45 from 62.91, per kg price of potatoes went down to Rs 30.81 from Rs 33.10 and per kg onion price declined to Rs 31.19. Similarly, the prices of LPG (11 kg cylinder), mash pulse washed, rice basmati broken, gram pulse washed, sugar, moong pulse washed and masoor pulash washed also decreased during the week ended on Thursday. The prices of 29 items remained stable during the week.