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Another hit on your pocket, LPG cylinder became more expensive, know what are the new prices

Another hit on your pocket, LPG cylinder became more expensive, know what are the new prices

The price of LPG cylinders increased this month. (symbolic picture)

New Delhi:

LPG Cylinder Price: With the onset of July, there is another hit on your pocket. The new prices of non-subsidised LPG cylinders are being implemented from the first day of the month. Cooking gas cylinders have become more expensive from today. The price per cylinder has been increased by Rs 25. At the same time, the commercial cylinder of 19 kg has become costlier by Rs 76. Including the new increase, the 14.2 kg cylinder has become costlier by Rs 140 in the last six months.

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If we talk about Delhi-Mumbai, then according to the Indian Oil Corporation (IOC), from today you will be able to buy a non-subsidized 14.2 kg cooking gas cylinder for Rs 834.50. LPG gas is being sold the most expensive in Chennai. Here customers will be able to buy a standard size cooking gas cylinder for Rs 850.50. Let us tell you that IOC supplies LPG gas cylinders in the country under the brand name Indane.

What are the prices of petrol and diesel in big cities

– The price of a 14.2 kg cylinder in Delhi increased from Rs 809 to Rs 834.59.

In Kolkata, the customer of this size cylinder will now be sold for Rs 835.50.

In Mumbai, customers will pay Rs 834.50 for a cylinder instead of 809.

For a cylinder in Chennai, customers will have to pay Rs 850.50 instead of 825.

Let us inform that at present, the government gives subsidy to every household on 12 cylinders of 14.2 kg every year. If any house buys more cylinders than this, then it has to buy gas according to the market rate. The amount of this subsidy received varies from month to month. The rate of subsidy depends on the crude oil and forex rate.

Apart from this, the prices of aviation turbine fuel have also been increased. In this, there has been an increase of Rs 2,354 per kiloliter. Now the new prices in Delhi have gone up to 68,262 per kiloliter.

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