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LPG Price Hike: Chidambaram’s ‘Modi hai, mumkin hai’ taunt on cylinder rate, given one year’s figure

LPG Price Hike: Chidambaram's 'Modi hai, mumkin hai' taunt on cylinder rate, given one year's figure


  • Chidambaram tweeted targeting the Modi government over the cost of LPG cylinders.
  • In this, he told how many times the Center has increased the prices since November last year.
  • Former Finance Minister Chidambaram took a jibe at Modi and said, “Modi hai, mumkin hai”

New Delhi
The common man is already troubled by the expensive petrol and diesel. Now government oil companies (Oil PSUs) have lpg cylinder (Non Subsidized LPG Cylinders) prices have also been increased. This time price of cooking gas 25.50 increased (Rasoi Gas PriceSenior Congress leader and former Finance Minister P Chidambaram on Thursday targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Targeting the central government, he said, “Modi hai, mumkin hai.”

The former finance minister made a tweet about this. In this, he told about the increase in the prices of LPG from 2020 to 2021. They said that lpg cylinder price It has increased from Rs 594 in November 2020 to Rs 834 on July 1, 2021.

Chidambaram said in his tweet that from November last year to July 1 this year, state-owned oil companies have increased seven times. With petrol, diesel, edible oil now increasing the prices of LPG, the life of the common man has become difficult.

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Government oil companies on Thursday increased the prices of LPG cylinders. This time the price of LPG has been increased by Rs 25.50 (Rasoi Gas Price). With this increase, now the price of LPG gas cylinder in Delhi (LPG Cylinder Price in Delhi) Rs. 834.50 per cylinder (LPG Cylinder Price hiked). Till now a 14.2 kg LPG cylinder was being sold in Delhi for Rs 809.

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Petrol and diesel prices in the country are running at a record high. In many states of the country, the price of petrol has crossed Rs 100. However, for the second consecutive day on Thursday, oil companies did not increase the prices of petrol and diesel. Petrol remained stable at Rs 98.81 per liter at the Indian Oil (IOC) pump in Delhi Market on Thursday. Diesel here also stood at Rs 89.18 per liter.


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