Kolkata: In West Bengal, the Trinamool Congress has decided to protest across the state on July 10 and 11 after petrol prices crossed Rs 100. Today the price of one liter of petrol in Kolkata has gone up to Rs 99.84. Apart from this, recently the price of non-subsidized domestic LPG cylinder has also been increased by Rs 25.
Parth Chatterjee tagged Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Twitter and wrote, "Shri Narendra Modi has a penchant for drama every time the people of India are in distress. Now with skyrocketing petrol prices, why is he hiding? Preparing for a speech full of big lies Mr. Prime Minister? #ModiBabuPetrolBekaboo.”