LPG Price Hike: LPG cylinder becomes costlier by Rs. 100 in two weeks

 

Oil companies fix the price of LPG gas cylinders every month. Earlier in the month of July, oil companies had changed the prices of LPG cylinders. In September this year, the government did not even provide domestic LPG gas subsidy due to the coronavirus epidemic. With which the government had directly saved Rs 20 thousand crore.

Oil companies have increased the prices of LPG cylinders (LPG) once again. Within two weeks, companies have increased the price of LPG cylinder by Rs 100. It has become expensive for the common people to cook food in the kitchen and the domestic budget will also be affected. However, due to the change in the price of petrol and diesel from 8 days, people were relieved.

Prices have increased so much on Tuesday

Oil companies have increased the price of LPG by Rs 50 on Tuesday. This is the second increase in a fortnight. According to this, now in December, those people who will be booking cylinders from today will have to pay 100 rupees more. Earlier, on December 3, there was an increase of 50 rupees. This increase has been made on 14.2 kg domestic and 19 kg commercial cylinders without subsidies.

Price of cylinder without subsidy has become so much

After this increase, the price of 14.2 kg LPG gas cylinder without subsidy in Delhi has increased to Rs 694. Earlier it was priced at Rs 644 per cylinder. This is the second increase in the price of gas cylinders in 15 days. Apart from this, the price of 19 kg commercial gas cylinder has increased by Rs 36. New prices are applicable from today. Earlier, the oil companies had increased the price of gas cylinders by Rs 50 on 3 December.

At the same time, the new price of this cylinder has been increased to Rs 720.50 in Kolkata, Rs 694 in Mumbai and Rs 710 in Chennai.

This is the new price of 19 kg cylinder

The price of 19 kg commercial gas cylinder has also increased. The price of commercial LPG gas cylinder has increased by Rs. 36. The rate of this cylinder in the national capital Delhi is Rs 1332. The price of 19 kg gas cylinder has increased to Rs 1,387.5 in Kolkata, Rs 1280 in Mumbai and Rs 1446.5 in Chennai.

Previously it was price

On December 3, the rate of 14.2 kg non-subsidized LPG cylinder in Delhi was reduced to Rs 644, which was earlier Rs 594. In Kolkata too, its rate had increased to 670.50 paise, which used to be 620.50 earlier. In Mumbai, the price of non-subsidized LPG cylinder was increased from Rs 594 to Rs 644. In Chennai, the price of non-subsidized LPG cylinder had increased from Rs 610 to Rs 660. The price of commercial cylinders was also increased by up to Rs 56.

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