Lpg Cylinder New Price: New Update! Lpg Cylinder Costlier By Rs 350, Know The New Price
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LPG Price Hike: Oil companies have increased the prices of gas, giving a big blow to the consumers. The prices of both commercial and domestic gas cylinders have increased.
Domestic gas prices have increased after eight months. The rate of domestic cylinder has been increased by Rs 50, while the price of commercial cylinder has increased by more than Rs 350.
Let us tell you that there was no increase in the price of gas last month. Commercial gas cylinders were getting cheaper in recent months. As far as LPG prices are concerned, domestic LPG cylinder prices were stable since 6 July 2022. Now after two months, the price of commercial gas cylinder has increased by Rs 350 at once.
What is the new price of gas cylinder
LPG Cylinder New Rate After the price hike, commercial LPG cylinder in Delhi will be available for Rs 2119.5 instead of Rs 1769. Its price in Kolkata has increased from Rs 1870 to Rs 2221.5 now. Gas cylinder in Mumbai has increased from Rs 1721 to Rs 2071.50 now. In Chennai, the cylinder will now be available for Rs 2268, earlier it was Rs 1917.
New rate of domestic cylinder
In Delhi, 14.2 kg domestic LPG cylinder will be available for Rs 1103 instead of Rs 1053 from today. Its price in Mumbai will be Rs 1102.5 instead of Rs 1052.50. If we talk about Kolkata, instead of 1079, now the cylinder will come in 1129 rupees. In Chennai it will be available for Rs 1118.5 instead of Rs 1068.50.
Domestic LPG prices vary from state to state due to local taxes. Retail fuel sellers revise LPG cylinder prices at the beginning of every month. The government provides 14.2 kg cylinders to eligible families at subsidized rates. Under the Direct Benefit Transfer scheme, consumers get LPG cylinders at a subsidized rate. However, the subsidy depends on several factors like foreign exchange rates, crude oil prices.
Domestic LPG cylinders are available at this rate today in these cities