Digvijaya slams over fuel price hike, says Govt taking money from pockets of the common man

New Delhi: Senior Congress leader and Rajya Sabha member Digvijaya Singh on Thursday hit out the Central government on the issue of petrol and diesel price hike.

Sharing deep concern over the Twitter handle,  Singh alleged that the Central government is taking money from the pockets of the common man and filling their own pockets, only to spend further it on the big corporate houses. What he tweeted in Hindi, which roughly translates read as follows:- "Petrol and diesel prices continue to rise. Modi-Shah Government is taking money out of the pockets of the general public and filling their own treasury, only to further spend it on big corporate."

Meanwhile, petrol and diesel prices climbed to record all-time high levels across the metro cities on Thursday. In Mumbai, fuel rates continue to be the highest among the metro cities; petrol price was increased by 29 paise, as it touched Rs 109.25 for a litre while the diesel spiked by 38 paise to cost Rs 99.55 per litre. In Kolkata, petrol costs Rs 103.94 per litre, up 29 paise, and diesel at Rs 94.88 per litre as it was increased by 35 paise while the petrol price now stands at Rs 100.75 per litre in Chennai, up 26 paise, and diesel was hiked by 33 paise to cost Rs 95.26 per litre.

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