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LPG Domestic cylinder prices hiked by Rs 25

 New Delhi, 01 September (FMNews) - The first day of the month itself has been a big shock to the common man.

Public sector oil and gas marketing companies have once again increased the price of domestic cooking gas (LPG) by Rs 25 per cylinder. At the same time, commercial gas cylinders have also been made expensive. Now in the capital Delhi, the price of a non-subsidized domestic cylinder has gone up from Rs 859.50 per cylinder to Rs 884.50. The new prices are effective from Wednesday, September 1.

With this increase, the price of 14.2 kg of domestic LPG in the capital Delhi has gone up to Rs 884.5, Rs 911 in Kolkata, Rs 884.5 in Mumbai and Rs 900.5 per cylinder in Chennai. It is noteworthy that even before this, on August 17, 2021, the oil companies had also increased the price of domestic LPG.



 Apart from this, public sector oil and gas marketing companies have also made commercial gas cylinders expensive. Its price has now gone up to Rs 1693 per cylinder. Its price in Delhi was earlier Rs 1618 per cylinder. Earlier, on August 17, the price of commercial cylinders was increased, which made commercial cylinders up to Rs 70 more expensive in different places.

However, during that time, commercial gas cylinders in Bihar were cheaper by five rupees. There, its price had come down to Rs 1,836. However, in Gorakhpur, its price had gone up to Rs. 1765. Oil companies have increased gas prices a total of six times in the last one year.

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