Cooking Gas price increased on Rs 25, Second hike in four days

Cooking Gas price increased on Rs 25, Second hike in four days


Nonstop hike in LPG cylinder cost has been harming spending plan of average person. There was another hike in LPG cylinder cost on Monday. This is second hike in four days. In a significant blow, LPG cylinder costs were hiked by Rs 25 on Monday. Only three days prior, the costs were hiked by Rs 25. 

With this increment, presently the cost of a 14.2 kg family gas cylinder is Rs 819 in Delhi. The new costs have been executed from March 1. 

On February 25, the costs for cooking gas were hiked by Rs 25. It was the third hike in the period of February. Prior, the costs were expanded on February 4 and February 14. 

In December, the cost of the LPG cylinder was expanded twice.

On December 1, its rate was expanded from Rs 594 to Rs 644 and afterward on December 15, its cost was again expanded to Rs 694. That is, 100 rupees was expanded inside a month. However, the costs were not brought up in January. In January, the cost of non-subsidized LPG (14.2 KG) was Rs 694. 

Toward the start of February, the cost of domestic gas was not expanded and it was opening up at its old cost of Rs 694 in particular. Yet, on February 4, its rate was again increased to Rs 719. That is, there was an expansion of 25 rupees. Inside 10 days, the cost of LPG was expanded by Rs 50 more, taking it to Rs 769. 

LPG costs again hiked by Rs 25, 3rd time in February 

The hike comes when petroleum and diesel costs are contacting an unsurpassed high. 

Eminently, there has been no adjustment in the costs of petroleum and diesel today (March 1) for the second continuous day. The rates stayed stable on February 28 also.

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