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Sunday, 14 February 2021

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Gas price hike after petrol-diesel: The government hiked the price of LPG cylinders by Rs 50, the second consecutive increase in February.






The price of a gas cylinder was hiked by Rs 25 on February 4 and now it has been hiked by Rs 50 from February 14.






The government has given one more blow to the people who are worried about diesel-petrol prices. The government has hiked the price of LPG cylinders by a whopping Rs 50. With this, the price of a 14.2 kg domestic gas cylinder in Delhi will be Rs 769. The increased price has been implemented from 12 midnight on Sunday.




The price of a gas cylinder has been increased by Rs 75 in the last 10 days
The price of a gas cylinder has been increased by Rs 75 in the last 10 days
The price of a gas cylinder has been increased for the second time in February. Earlier, the subsidized cylinder was priced at Rs 25 on February 4. Now, 10 days later, on February 14, the price has been hiked by another Rs 50. This means that the price of a domestic cylinder has gone up by Rs 75 so far in February.






The price also doubled in December
Oil marketing companies did not change the price of LPG in January. However, it had earlier gained Rs 50-50 twice in December. The price of 14.2 kg unsubsidised gas cylinders was not increased on Budget Day i.e. February 1, though the price of a 19 kg commercial cylinder was increased by Rs 191.

Petrol-diesel prices have been steadily rising
Petrol and diesel prices have been steadily rising in the country. In some states of the country, the price is between Rs 90 and Rs 100 per liter. In Madhya Pradesh, the price of premium petrol has crossed Rs 100. In Mumbai, petrol is being sold at Rs 95.

In many cities of the country, the price of petrol is between Rs 90 and Rs 100 per liter
In many cities of the country, the price of petrol is between Rs 90 and Rs 100 per liter.

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