Subsidised LPG cylinder to cost Rs 2 more

Photo of Indian cooking gas cylinder.

New Delhi: In the third increase since from July, the subsidised cooking gas price was today hiked by Rs 2 per cylinder.

According to state owned oil company, a subsidised 14.2-kg cylinder will now cost Rs 425.06 in Delhi as against Rs 423.09 previously.

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LPG rates were last hiked by Rs 1.93 per cylinder on August 16. Prior to those rates were hiked by Rs 1.98 per 14.2 -kg cylinder on July 1.

Non-subsidised cooking gas (LPG) now costs Rs 466.50 in Delhi as against Rs 487 per cylinder previously. Rates were last reduced by Rs 50.5 on August 1.

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While the jet fuel price was cut by 3.8 percent.


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