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Alert! LPG Cylinder, Petrol and Diesel Prices Increases; Check New Rates Here

Pronami Chetia
Pronami Chetia
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On the first day of this week, the common public is witnessing tremendous injury due to price hike on essential good.  As per reports, the price of Liquefied Petroleum Gas(LPG) domestic gas cylinder (14.2 kg) hiked by Rs. 50 per cylinder; to be at 769 per cylinder in Delhi from 12 am tomorrow. 

After this increase, the price of non-subsidized 14.2 kg domestic LPG cylinder has been increased to Rs 769. Earlier it was Rs 719. This price is applicable from today. The price of petrol in Delhi has reached close to Rs 89 per liter.  

Crude oil prices are also getting stronger. Although the price of petroleum in India depends on the crude oil coming in the Indian basket, the effect of price on it is seen after 20 to 25 days.  

Domestic gas cylinder prices to rise by Rs 50 in Delhi, New Price will be applicable from Today 
 
LPG gas cylinders are going to be expensive in Delhi from Monday. The price of 14.2 kg domestic gas cylinder will increase by 50 rupees. These new prices will apply after 12 noon today. After the price increase, the price of 14.2 kg cylinder will be Rs 769 per cylinder. 

This is the second time in the month of February when gas prices have increased. Earlier on February 4, the price of non-subsidized cylinder in Metro City was increased by 25 rupees. The price of the cylinder was increased from Rs 694 to Rs 719. The increase in the price of LPG has come at a time when the prices of petrol and diesel in India are at an all-time high. 

These are the prices in major cities  

After this increase, petrol in Delhi has been increased to Rs 88.99 and diesel to Rs 79.35. Similarly, petrol in Mumbai is Rs 95.46 and diesel Rs 86.34 a liter, Petrol in Chennai has been hiked by Rs 91.19 and diesel by Rs 84.44 and in Kolkata by petrol by Rs 90.25 and diesel by Rs 82.94.  

At this time, the prices of petrol and diesel are running at record highs in almost all cities. Petrol has crossed Rs 95 in many cities. State-run oil marketing companies on February 15 has increased the retail prices of diesel and petrol for the seventh successive day across India. After the daily revision in auto fuel prices, petrol rates went up by 23-26 paise while diesel prices rose by 28-30 across the metropolitan cities. In the last one year, petrol has increased by more than Rs 18 per liter.  

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