The common man has suffered another blow of inflation. On one hand, where the common man is moaning due to skyrocketing prices of petrol and diesel, on the other hand, now the price of LPG cylinder has also increased. The price of LPG cylinder has increased by Rs.50 from 12 noon today. It will now cost Rs.769 in Delhi. Though there is no update on the price hike on the website of Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL), the news agency ANI has tweets the price increase.
Price of LPG gas cylinder (14.2 kg domestic cylinder) hiked by Rs 50 per cylinder; to be at Rs 769 per cylinder in Delhi from 12 am tomorrow.
— ANI (@ANI) February 14, 2021
The price of liquefied petroleum gas domestic cylinder in Delhi was raised by ₹50 per unit on Sunday, the third increase in LPG rates since December last year.
The price of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) was increased by Rs 50 per cylinder for consumers in Delhi on Sunday.https://t.co/5qBmKYJojj
— News18.com (@news18dotcom) February 15, 2021
The new price of ₹769 per 14.2 kg LPG cylinder will be applicable in the national capital from 12 noon today.
State-run oil companies have decided to hike LPG price by Rs 50 from 12 am on Monday, making it the second hike in the month of February.#Business https://t.co/FewVwUK9BN
— IndiaToday (@IndiaToday) February 15, 2021
It is known that the prices of petrol and diesel are increasing continuously in the country. In some places its prices have reached between 90 and 100 rupees. Premium petrol has crossed Rs.100 in Madhya Pradesh. Petrol is being sold in Mumbai for Rs.95.
In recent months, there has been a significant increase in inflation. This is the second increase in the price of gas cylinders this month. Gas cylinders were also raised on 4 February. The price of 14 kg non-subsidized domestic gas cylinder was increased by more than Rs.25.
Current Prices of Indane in Metros(Rupees/14.2 kg cylinder)
Applicable from February 4,2021
Significantly, the price of LPG changes on the first of every month. This time on February 1, the price of commercial cylinders was increased by Rs.190, but there was no change in the prices of domestic gas. But on February 4, the price of commercial cylinders was reduced by six rupees per cylinder.