In Delhi, the 19-kg commercial cylinder would now cost Rs 2,355.50 as compared with Rs 2,253 per cylinder, according to media reports.
According to a price notification of state fuel retailers, petrol in Delhi will now cost Rs 103.81 per litre as against Rs 103.41 previously, while diesel rates have gone up from Rs 94.67 per litre to Rs 95.07.
This the seventh increase in prices since the ending of a four-and-half-month long hiatus in rate revision on March 22.
"The PM is welcome to the state but he should address the problem of the people. Prices of essential commodities are skyrocketing," AAP leader Rumi Ullah said.
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Many people took the floor on the fourth day of protest asking the government to tackle a recent significant hike in the price of fuel and other food items.
After the 13th increase since the rate revision on March 22, petrol in Delhi will now cost Rs 104.61 per litre as against Rs 103.81 previously, while diesel rates have gone up from Rs 95.07 per litre to Rs 95.87
Higher inflation levels during 2021 have led to three consecutive quarters with double-digit price increase resulting in consumption slowdown in urban markets, and consumption degrowth in Rural markets, it said
These increases in rates came on the back of two rounds of price cuts seen in December that reflected a drop in international oil prices during the second half...
Tata Motors stated that rising prices of steel, aluminium and other precious metals in addition to prices of other raw materials mandated the hike.
Maruti Suzuki said the hike is in response to an increase in input costs observed in the past year. The hike has been planned for January 2022.
The decision to not levy taxes on owners of milch animals like cows, buffaloes, and those which pull vehicles like horses, has been taken as, "it is not...
Telecom operator Bharti Airtel stated the move was aimed at maintaining an ARPU of Rs 300 per user and help sustain a financially healthy business model.
According to the Cabinet, the hike will benefit 47.14 lakh current employees of the central government, along with 68.62 lakh pensioners.
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