Minister of State for Finance Shiv Pratap Shukla on Wednesday said Prime Minister Narendra Modi is chalking out plans to reduce the skyrocketing fuel prices.
“There has been no inflation under the Prime Minister Narendra Modi regime. However, the fuel prices have soared high. The Prime Minister is chalking out plans to reduce them,” he said.
On Tuesday, fuel prices continued the upward trend as the petrol price was hiked by 12 paise and diesel by 16 paise in Delhi. In Mumbai, petrol was being sold at Rs 91.20 per litre while diesel price was Rs 79.89 per litre.
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