In the fourth such consecutive hike this month, state-run fuel retailers have increased the price of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) cylinders by ₹13.50 in Delhi.
According to Indian Oil, which supplies 30 lakh Indane cylinders daily all over India, a 14.2 kg non-subsidised LPG cylinder is now priced at ₹695 in New Delhi. In Mumbai, the LPG cylinder is priced at ₹665, ₹714 in Chennai and ₹725 in Kolkata. Fuel retailers change prices from the first day of every month.
In November, LPG prices were increased by about ₹76 a cylinder. In October and September, prices had gone up by around ₹15 each.
As compared with June when the cylinder was being sold for ₹737.50 in Delhi, LPG prices are now cheaper. Read More
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