The people suffering from inflation are not getting relief at the moment. Petroleum companies have increased the price of both domestic and commercial gas cylinders on Thursday morning. This is the second time this month that cylinder prices have been increased.
New Delhi. The people troubled by inflation have once again been given a big blow by increasing the price of LPG cylinders. Now the price of domestic gas cylinder (LPG) has reached above Rs 1,000 in most cities of the country.
Petroleum companies on Thursday morning increased the prices of domestic LPG cylinders by Rs 3.50. After this, the price of 14.2 kg cylinder crossed Rs 1,000. Apart from domestic cylinders, the prices of commercial cylinders have also increased from today. The new rates on both types of cylinders have been implemented from today across the country. Now people will have to pay more for 14.2 kg and 19 kg cylinder.
How much did the rate of domestic cylinder reach
After increasing the prices by the oil companies, a 14.2 kg domestic gas cylinder will be costlier by Rs 3.50 in Delhi and Mumbai for Rs 1,003. Apart from this, this domestic gas cylinder in Chennai will reach Rs 1,018.50, while the latest rate of domestic gas cylinder in Kolkata has gone up to Rs 1,029. It is worth noting that on May 7 also, the prices of domestic gas cylinders were increased by Rs 50. After this its price reached Rs 999.50.
How much was spent on commercial cylinders
Petroleum companies have increased the prices of commercial gas cylinders by Rs 8 in the prices of commercial gas cylinders today. After this increase, a 19 kg commercial gas cylinder will now be available in Delhi at a price of Rs 2,354. Similarly, the latest price of a commercial cylinder in Kolkata has increased to Rs 2,454, while in Mumbai it will cost Rs 2,306. In Chennai too, the prices of 19 kg commercial cylinder have increased and its new rate has reached Rs 2,507.
LPG cylinder prices have been increased for the second time this month . Talking about commercial gas cylinders, on May 1, its prices were increased by Rs 102.50. Along with this, the price of 5 kg small cylinder was also increased to Rs 655. Talking about the 14.2 kg domestic gas cylinder, its prices were increased by Rs 50 on 7 May.
Although the oil companies are not increasing the prices of petrol and diesel yet, but in the meantime, along with increasing the prices of CNG and PNG, they have started charging higher rates on LPG cylinders as well.