LPG Price Increase: Govt Hikes Commercial Cylinder Rates

Recently a piece of big news has come on the internet that Oil Marketing Companies raised the costs of commercial LPG cylinders by 100 in diverse areas throughout the country. Since the news came on the internet it went viral on many social media platforms and uncounted reactions started hitting the headlines as many people were stunned. Now people are searching this news on the internet as they are super curious to know about the complete information. Here we have more information about the news and we will share it with you in this article.

LPG gas price today

It is to be noted that this marks the second cost hike for commercial PLG cylinders in the past two months. The hike is going to come into effect from 1 November. While the commercial LPG cylinders price increased, the price of domestic LPG, which is used for cooking in households, stayed steady and unchanged. After the latest price adjustment, the cost of a 19 kg LPG cylinder in Delhi is 1,833. In other major municipalities, the same cylinder costs 1,943 in Kolkata, 1,785 in Mumbai, 1,914.50 in Bengaluru, and 1,999.50 in Chennai respectively. Scroll down to the next page for more information about the news.

While the costs of commercial LPG cylinders saw in rose, the price of domestic LPG, mainly utilized for cooking in households, remained stable. In Kolkata, it is available for Rs 929. In Mumbai, the domestic LPG cylinder is priced at Rs 902.5 and it is being sold for Rs 918.5. If we talk about Delhi, then a 14.2kg domestic LPG cylinder is still priced at 903. Currently, this news has been making headlines on the internet as lots of people are eager to know about the complete information. You are on the right page for more information about the news, so please read the complete information.

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As far as we know, on 4 October, the union cabinet agreed on an increase in the cooking gas subsidy, raising it from 200 to 300 per cylinder for around 96 million low-income households. This finding overlapped with the approaching extra subsidies, with a specific focus on rural ladies, which comes shortly after the support to grow the PM Ujjwala Yojana scheme, targeting an additional 7.5 million women. This increase is part of a broader effort to increase the total number of beneficiaries to 103.5 million within the next three years. Here we have shared all the information that we had. Stay connected with us for more updates.

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