LPG Gas cylinders and petrol-diesel in Delhi has seen a price hike. LPG will be Rs. 50 more higher. Delhi saw another price hike amid the rising prices of fuel, on Sunday, February 14th. LPG cylinders will cost Rs. 50 more. The prices have been hiked for the third time since December 2020.
Domestic LPG Gas cylinders will be priced for Rs. 769 per unit, from Monday onwards. It is said that the rise is due to the hike in international petroleum prices. LPG cylinder has been seeing constant hike in the last couple of months. This is the second time that the prices have been raised in December by Rs. 50.
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It is a matter of concern for the people as it takes a toll on household budgets, because LPG cylinders are an essential commodity. The price for an LPG cylinder (non-subsidised) has increased from Rs. 644 to Rs. 694.
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This news comes amid the rise in petrol and diesel prices, in Delhi. The price of petrol is nearing Rs 89 per litre whereas diesel is available at Rs 79.35 per litre. The households in Delhi are facing the major strain.
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