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Petroleum companies issue new rates for LPG cylinders, no relief to public
Petroleum companies issue new rates for LPG cylinders, no relief to public

New Delhi: Oil companies have fixed new prices of non-subsidised domestic LPG cylinders for the month of May. These prices will come into effect in the month of May. After the fall in crude oil prices in the global market, there were speculations that even the common man could get LPG cylinders cheaply, but that has not happened.

There is no revision in the prices of cylinders by the companies. The price of LPG cylinder was cut by Rs 10 last month. The current price of LPG cylinder in Delhi is Rs 809. The price of LPG cylinder was Rs 694 in January this year, which was increased to Rs 719 per cylinder in February. 769 on 15th February. The price of LPG cylinder was reduced to Rs 794 on February 25. The price of LPG cylinder was reduced to Rs 819 in March.

Earlier, there was no revision in domestic gas prices in the month of December last year. At that time, the price of LPG cylinder in Delhi was Rs.694. Thereafter, domestic gas prices have increased continuously. However, last month, the general public did get a relief of Rs.10. This month also there was hope that oil companies could cut prices again, but this month it has not happened.

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