New Delhi. Petrol and diesel prices are skyrocketing. The Transport Association has already given 14 days notice to control the price of diesel. Otherwise he has threatened to jam the wheel. At the same time, even more opposition parties are ready to take up housing in this matter in the coming days. By the way, in the Parliament in this case about 3 days ago, the BJP MP questioned the rise in the price of petrol and diesel in zero hours. He has also given a way for this. If the government executes this then petrol can be cheaper by Rs 50 and diesel by Rs 45.
Prices should be brought under GST
BJP member Appa Barne had said in zero hours that he had demanded to bring petroleum products under the Goods and Services Tax (GST). He said that this can give relief to the general public from skyrocketing prices. Let us tell you that in the last one week, the price of petrol and diesel has increased by up to Rs 2. In the coming days, the price of petrol and diesel may increase further.
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BJP member Appa Barne had said in zero hours that the prices of petrol and diesel in the country are touching the sky. Even when the price of crude oil was $ 110 per barrel in the international market, petrol was sold at a price of 65 rupees in the country, but today the prices are very low in the international market but the price of petrol and diesel in the country is above Rs 90 and somewhere else Hundred rupees have been reached, which has made life of the common man difficult.
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Petrol will be cheaper by 50 rupees
He had said that the price of refined oil in the country is around Rs 28 while taxes and cess are being levied by the Center and the states over Rs 62. He said that the government should bring petrol diesel under GST so that petrol can be available in the country at the rate of 50 rupees and the lives of people can be made easier.
They also raised the demand
Earlier, Shiv Sena’s Vinayak Raut also raised the same issue and said that the way petrol and diesel prices are skyrocketing, it is a matter of great concern. The common man is troubled by inflation. There are problems in driving vehicles. It is becoming increasingly difficult to control people’s household spending. The government should take appropriate steps to bring these prices under control immediately.