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Thursday, 13 February 2020

Price of non-subsidized domestic gas cylinders increased by Rs 149

new Delhi. There has been a steep increase in the price of non-subsidized domestic gas cylinders. According to Indian Oil, a 14 kg cylinder will now be increased by Rs 144.50 to Rs 858.50 in Delhi. In Kolkata, it will increase by Rs 149 to Rs 896.00, while the people of Mumbai will have to pay Rs 145 more. Here the cylinder will now be available for Rs 829.50. According to ANI, gas prices had not increased after January 1 this year.

 After the introduction of new rates from today, now 14 kg gas cylinder will be available in Delhi for Rs 858.50. The price has been increased by Rs 144.50 here. At the same time, Kolkata customers will get Rs 149 more by giving the same cylinder at the price of Rs 896.00.

 People of Mumbai will now have to pay 145 rupees more. Starting today, the new rate has been Rs 829.50. As far as Chennai is concerned, 14 kg non-subsidized LPG gas cylinders will be available for Rs 881 with an increase of Rs 147 here.

 Before the general budget, a record Rs 224.98 was raised on commercial gas cylinders. Businessmen have to pay Rs 1550.02 for commercial cylinders. At the same time, there was relief for domestic LPG consumers. There was no change in the market price of domestic LPG cylinder (14.2 kg) in the monthly rate revision. That is, people were getting only 749 rupees (14.2 kg) cylinder.

 Currently the government subsidizes 12 cylinders of 14.2 kg for each household in a year. If you want more cylinders than this, then you have to buy at the market price. Although the subsidy the government gives on 12 cylinders every year, the price of this also varies from month to month. Factors such as the average international benchmark and changes in foreign exchange rates determine the subsidy amount.

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