'Petrol rates increased the most in a year: in Modi government': Priyanka Gandhi

New Delhi: Petrol and diesel prices in the country are rising steadily and the Congress is constantly taking a dig at the BJP. Petrol and diesel prices are going up day by day and that has badly spoiled the budget of the common man. Now, prices have gone up again for the fifth day on Sunday. In view of this, Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra attacked the Modi government at the Centre. At the same time, he alleged that the Modi government has set records of "suffering" the people.

In fact, the Congress General Secretary has shared a media report on Twitter. The report said petrol prices have increased by a record Rs 23.53 this year. Priyanka Gandhi wrote in her tweet, "Modiji's government has set big records in terms of hurting the people. Highest unemployment: In Modi government, government properties sold: In Modi government, petrol prices rise highest in a year: Modi govt. ''

Let us tell you that petrol and diesel prices increased for the fourth consecutive day last Saturday. The prices of both petrol and diesel have gone up by 35-35 paise per litre. Let us tell you that with this increase, petrol has become costlier by Rs.36 per litre in less than 18 months since the beginning of May 2020. Diesel prices have increased by Rs 26.58 per litre during the period. Talking about Delhi, the price of one litre of petrol has now gone up to Rs. 107.24 per litre. Diesel has touched Rs 95.97 per litre.

 

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