January 19, 2022

Lpg Gas Cylinder Hike 25 Rupees Lpg Cylinder Price Increased Again In Second Time With In Week All India


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Inflation is continuously hitting the general public in the country. After petrol and diesel, LPG cylinder prices again increased on Monday. This time it has increased by 25 rupees. Cylinders have increased by Rs 125 in 29 days. On February 1, it was priced at Rs 707, which has now risen to Rs 832.

There is also a lot of resentment among the people due to increase in the prices of LPG cylinders. Women are angry due to increase in LPG prices. Women say that the budget has been disturbed due to the continuous increase in the price of gas.

Women of Mathura said – how will the expenses of the house be so much in inflation
LPG prices have increased again. On this, the women of Mathura say that the budget of the house has gone awry. The cylinder used to be available for Rs 710 last month, today it has been priced at Rs 815. Problems are increasing due to inflation. In such a situation, it has become difficult to run the expenses of the house.

Krishna Orchid Colony resident Preeti Pandey said that due to increase in LPG gas prices, the budget of the house has deteriorated. Household expenses have to be cut. The government should reduce the price of gas cylinders. Shikha Chaudhary, a resident of Krishna Nagar, said that how will the cost of the house go in such inflation. Already in the Corona period, inflation has broken the back. Housewife Bhavna said that the government has broken the back of poor families by increasing the price of LPG every month. Today it has again increased by 25 rupees. Housewife Suman said that all the families are sad and upset due to the continuous increase in the price of LPG cylinders. The government should consider it.

Domestic gas cylinders once again became expensive. This time it has increased by 25 rupees. Cylinders have increased by Rs 125 in 29 days. On February 1, it was priced at Rs 707, which has now risen to Rs 832. There has also been an increase of Rs 95.50 on commercial cylinders. It has now become Rs 1647.50.

Vipul Purohit, president of All India Indane Distributors Association Agra division, said that on a 14.2-kg gas cylinder, it has increased by Rs 25, making it Rs 832. This will put a burden on 8.44 lakh connection holders in the district.

Constantly increasing prices
Aarti Parashar, a resident of Rajpur octroi, said that it is already difficult to run a house due to inflation, prices are constantly being raised on cylinders. Government should reduce the prices.

Spoiled kitchen budget
Usha Singhal, a resident of Kamla Nagar, said that in 30 days, she increased the 125 rupees on the cylinder, this is spoiling the budget of the kitchen, the price should be given tax relief.

Income limited, expenses are increasing
Shashi, a resident of Bodla-Sikandra Road, said that petrol and cylinders are the need of every household, they have increased prices on them rapidly, income is limited, it is difficult to manage household expenses.

Domestic consumers of LPG cylinders in Himachal Pradesh will have to pay 916 rupees in March, while Rs 1755 for commercial gas cylinders. At the same time, the Shimla Urban Committee of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) demonstrated on Monday about the rising prices of petrol and diesel and privatization of drinking water system. CPIM Shimla Urban Committee Secretary Balbir Parashar said that the public is disturbed by the anti-people policies of the Central and State Government.

Petrol and diesel prices are skyrocketing, on the other hand, Municipal Corporation Shimla is issuing huge bills of water and garbage. Apart from this, the drinking water system of Shimla city is also being privatized. The party strongly opposes this. The party’s district secretary Sanjay Chauhan demanded the government to immediately withdraw the decision to privatize the city’s drinking water system.
He said that if he does not do this, then the organization will run with the people against the policies of privatization of drinking water system of Shimla city. Party District Secretary Sanjay Chauhan, State Secretariat Member Dr. Kuldeep Singh Tanwar, Prem Gautam, State Committee Member Dr. Rajendra Chauhan, Vijendra Mehra, Falma Chauhan, District Committee Member Reena Tanwar, Satyavan Pundir, Babu Ram, Kishori Datwalia, Chandrakant , Vikram Kayath, former councilor Rajeev Thakur, Sonia and Jagmohan Thakur, among others, were present.

After the price increase, now the price of domestic LPG cylinder in Uttarakhand has been increased to Rs 838.50. Earlier in February too, LPG prices had increased three times. Now again due to increase in the price of LPG, the budget of women has deteriorated. Women are upset with the sudden increase in LPG prices.

Every month by increasing the prices of LPG, the government is working to break the back of the people. Since February, the budget of the kitchen has deteriorated due to the rise in the price of gas cylinders four times.
– Reena Aggarwal, housewife

The continuous increase in the price of gas cylinders is causing problems for women. Due to inflation, it is becoming difficult to run the expenses of the house, but the government is not taking any steps to control inflation.
– Anita Gupta, housewife

LPG prices are constantly increasing, but no one knows for sure how much subsidy will be received. It is disturbing to see such a huge rise in prices. The subsidy is just nominal.
– Anamika Sharma, housewife

The government is ignoring women and poor families by continuously increasing the prices of LPG. At the beginning of the month, the price of gas cylinders has been increased to spoil the budget of women.
– Savita Verma, Housewife

The price of domestic gas cylinders in Agra was Rs 707 on February 1, which has now risen to Rs 832 after the price hike. There has also been an increase of Rs 95.50 on commercial cylinders. It has now become Rs 1647.50.

Vipul Purohit, president of All India Indane Distributors Association Agra division, said that on a 14.2-kg gas cylinder, it has increased by Rs 25, making it Rs 832. This will put a burden on 8.44 lakh connection holders in the district.

There is no increase in subsidy, only Rs 12.29 will come to the account. On February 1, the price of the cylinder was Rs 707, the price was increased four times in February and the price reached Rs 807 from Rs 707.

1647.50 for a commercial cylinder
Santosh Sikarwar, president of the Agra Indane Distributors Association, said that there was an increase of Rs 95.50 on the commercial cylinder. Now you will have to buy this 19 kg cylinder for Rs 1647.50.

Inflation is continuously hitting the general public in the country. After petrol and diesel, LPG cylinder prices again increased on Monday. This time it has increased by 25 rupees. Cylinders have increased by Rs 125 in 29 days. On February 1, it was priced at Rs 707, which has now risen to Rs 832.

There is also a lot of resentment among the people due to increase in the prices of LPG cylinders. Women are angry due to increase in LPG prices. Women say that the budget has been disturbed due to the continuous increase in the price of gas.

Women of Mathura said – how will the expenses of the house be so much in inflation

LPG prices have increased again. On this, the women of Mathura say that the budget of the house has gone awry. The cylinder used to be available for Rs 710 last month, today it has been priced at Rs 815. Problems are increasing due to inflation. In such a situation, it has become difficult to run the expenses of the house.

Krishna Orchid Colony resident Preeti Pandey said that due to increase in LPG gas prices, the budget of the house has deteriorated. Household expenses have to be cut. The government should reduce the price of gas cylinders. Shikha Chaudhary, a resident of Krishna Nagar, said that how will the cost of the house go in such inflation. Already in the Corona period, inflation has broken the back. Housewife Bhavna said that the government has broken the back of poor families by increasing the price of LPG every month. Today it has again increased by 25 rupees. Housewife Suman said that all the families are sad and upset due to the continuous increase in the price of LPG cylinders. The government should consider it.

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