After the rising prices of petrol in Delhi, now the prices of CNG and PNG have increased. The condition of Delhiites is looking bad about these rising prices. Delhiites say that if the prices keep increasing in the same way, then the day is not far when they will stop driving.
Vishal Sharma, a resident of Delhi, is a lawyer by profession and comes from a middle-class family. Started driving CNG to save four paise, but after the rising prices of CNG, he says that he will have to quit driving in a few years.
At the same time, most of the auto drivers and Dala drivers have suffered this.
Already, it was difficult for auto people to get work from above Corona and lockdown in the scorching heat of Delhi. Now C.N. Due to the increase in the price of G, difficulties are being faced more.
Mahavir Yadav earns 500 daily in this difficult time, where earlier he used to fill 150 gas, now he will put 200 gas. This may be a small price for someone, but even today people eat food for 50 rupees a time in Delhi.
Due to the lockdown, the rising price of petrol and now the number of CNG has come. These are the words of Dilshad Ahmed who runs Chhota Dala in Delhi. This put alone bears the expenses of his family. Dil Shaad says, pay house rent, eat two-time meals or send children to school.
The helplessness is clearly visible in the eyes of the common people, but day by day inflation is falling on them.
After the ever-increasing prices of petrol, now the prices of CNG and PNG have also increased. Middle class households turned to CNG for savings, but there the effect of inflation is clearly visible.
Now the price of CNG and PNG gas has also increased in Delhi NCR.
Talking about the capital Delhi, here the prices of CNG have increased by 90 paise per kg. The price of just CNG has increased from 43.40 per kg to 44.30 per kg. Talking about PNG, the price of domestic PNG has been increased from 28.41 per scm (standard cubic meter) to 29.66 per scm in Delhi.
Same is the case with NCR adjoining Delhi, CNG prices have also been increased here.
In Noida Greater Noida Ghaziabad also the price of CNG gas has been increased from 49.08 per kg to 49.98 per kg. At the same time, the price of PNG has been reduced to 29.61 per SCM.
Obviously, the drivers are facing a lot of problems due to the increase in the price of CNG. Rising inflation has emptied the pockets of the common man.
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