New Delhi, Business Desk. On Wednesday, July 1, the price of petroleum gas (LPG) cylinder has increased for the second consecutive month. Indian Oil’s non-subsidized 14.2 kg cylinder, Indane, will be available from today in both Delhi and Mumbai for Rs 594. In Delhi, its rate has been increased by just Rs 1, while in Mumbai there has been a price increase of Rs 3.5 per cylinder. It has become expensive by 4 rupees in Kolkata and 4 rupees in Chennai. However, the price of 19 kg cylinders has been cut.

New prices of LPG cylinders (Indane – 14.2 kg non-subsidized):

Delhi – 594



Kolkata -620.50

Mumbai – 594

Chennai – 610.50 

The price of 19 kg LPG gas cylinder has come down from Rs 1139.50 in Delhi to Rs 1135. At the same time, the price of 19 kg LPG gas cylinder in Mumbai has come down from Rs 1197.50 to Rs 1193.



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Earlier, the price of 14.2 kg non-subsidized LPG cylinder in Delhi during June was expensive at Rs 11.50 per cylinder in Delhi. At the same time, it was cheaper by Rs 162.50 in May. The price of 14.2 kg non-subsidized LPG cylinder has now increased from Rs 593 to Rs 594 in Delhi. Kolkata has increased from Rs 616 to Rs 620.50 per 14.2 cylinders, in Chennai from Rs 606.50 to Rs 610.50 and in Mumbai from Rs 590 to Rs 594.

 

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