New Delhi: The prices of non-subsidized domestic LPG cylinders have been increased once again. Government oil companies have increased the price of domestic LPG cylinders by Rs 25. With this, the price of LPG cylinder in the capital Delhi has now gone up to Rs 834. Earlier the price of LPG was Rs 809. Although the cylinder became cheaper by Rs 10 in April, after that there was no change in the price in May-June.
Apart from Delhi, LPG cylinder is being sold for Rs 861 in Kolkata from today. At the same time, the price of cylinder in Mumbai and Chennai is Rs 834 and Rs 850 respectively.
How much has the rate increased this year
The price of LPG cylinder in Delhi on January 1 this year was Rs 694. On July 1, this price is Rs 834. That is, the price of domestic gas has increased by Rs 138 this year. On February 4, the price was increased to Rs 719 per cylinder. After this the price was increased to Rs 769 on February 15 and Rs 794 on February 25. On March 1, the price of cylinder was reduced to Rs 819. 10 rupees have been cut in April. After this, the price has now been reduced to Rs 834 in July.
At the same time, the price of 19 kg cylinder in Delhi has been increased by Rs 76.50 to Rs 1550. According to the website of Indian Oil, on June 1, the price of this cylinder was reduced by Rs 122 in Delhi. At present, the price of 19 kg cylinder in Kolkata, Mumbai, Chennai is Rs 1651.50, 1507, 1687.50 respectively.
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