Price of 14.2 Kg LPG Cylinder: Domestic LPG Cylinder Rs 50 Expensive, Learn Price Increase

Price of 14.2 Kg LPG Cylinder: Domestic LPG Cylinder Rs 50 Expensive, Learn Price Increase

Price of 14.2 kg LPG cylinder: On the first date, while reviewing the prices of LPG, the oil companies increased the price of commercial cylinder.
Price of 14.2 Kg LPG Cylinder: Domestic LPG Cylinder Rs 50 Expensive, Learn Price Increase

14.2 kg LPG cylinder rate: Another shock to the common man struggling on the frontline of inflation. The price of a domestic LPG cylinder (14.2 kg) has been increased by Rs 50 on Saturday. Now the price of 14.2 kg LPG cylinder has reached Rs. 999.50 in most parts of the country. The increased price is effective today. The price has crossed Rs.1000 in many states including Delhi on tax basis. Earlier on the first day of the month, oil companies had increased the prices of commercial cylinders while reviewing the prices of LPG. Then the price of 19 kg commercial cylinder was increased by Rs. 102. Now you have to pay Rs 2355.50 for this cylinder. The May 1 survey did not raise the price of domestic cylinders, which gave the common man a sigh of relief, but now it has suffered a setback.

Rate of 14.2 kg LPG cylinder: Find out the rate.

  • Delhi: Rs.1000 per cylinder
  • Mumbai: Rs 999.50 per cylinder
  • Kolkata: Rs 1026 per cylinder
  • Chennai: Rs 1015.50 per cylinder
  • Noida: Rs 997.50 per cylinder

The rise in cylinder prices comes at a time when people are already worried about rising petrol and diesel prices in the country. Rising LPG prices will increase the hardships of the common man in India.

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