Prices for cooking gas LPG rose 25 rupees per cylinder in all categories on Thursday, including subsidized fuels and fuels available to beneficiaries of the Ujjwala scheme. This is the third rise in interest rates this month against the backdrop of a surge in international interest rates due to a recovery in demand.
According to price notices from state fuel retailers, a 14.2 kg cylinder in Delhi will cost 794 rupees compared to 769 rupees supplied on Wednesday. This increase applies to all categories, including subsidized and unsubsidized users.
LPG is only available at one rate and market price nationwide. However, the government provides a small amount of subsidies to some customers. However, this subsidy has been abolished in metropolitan areas and major cities due to continued price increases over the past two years. Therefore, in places like Delhi, customers are not subsidized and all LPG users pay a market price of 794 rupees.
Oil company officials said small subsidies would be paid to customers in remote and remote areas to compensate for the higher prices that result from fares. The price of LPG increased by 25 rupees per cylinder on February 4th and 50 rupees on February 15th at the beginning of this month.
Prices have risen since December, with prices rising 150 rupees per cylinder. However, the prices of gasoline and light oil did not change for the second consecutive day. Gasoline in Delhi is 90.93 rupees per liter and diesel is 81.32 rupees per liter.
Increased rate of subsidized and unsubsidized cooking gas cylinders by 25 rupees
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