LPG Price: In the midst of rising inflation across the country, government oil companies have given relief on cooking gas (F) gas in December. On 1 December 2020, there has been no change in the rates of LPG Gas Cylinder.
New Delhi: In the midst of rising inflation across the country, the government oil companies have given relief on cooking gas (F) gas in December. On 1 December 2020, there has been no change in the rates of LPG Gas Cylinder. Earlier in October and November too, HPCL, BPCL, IOC did not change the price of LPG cylinder. However, the price of 19 kg commercial gas cylinder (Commercial Gas Cyliner Price) has increased by Rs 55.
Domestic gas rates increased for the last time in July
Prior to this, the price of 14 kg LPG cylinder was increased by Rs 4 on July 2020. At the same time, 14.2 kg non-subsidized LPG cylinder became expensive by Rs 11.50 in Delhi during June, while it was cheaper by Rs 162.50 in May.
(LPG Price in India 01 November 2020) –
According to the price given on the website of the country’s largest oil marketing company IOC, the prices of cylinders in Delhi have remained stable. If you talk about Delhi, then 14.2 kg subsidized gas cylinder is available for Rs 594. On the other hand, if you look at the price of subsidized cylinder in Mumbai, then you will find that there too you will have to pay Rs 594, but in Chennai this price is Rs 610 per cylinder and in Kolkata you will have to pay Rs 620 for this 14.2 kg cylinder.
Increase in the price of commercial cylinders: The price
of 19 kg commercial gas cylinder has increased for the month of December. Chennai has the highest increase of Rs 56 per cylinder. Now, you will have to pay Rs 1410 for a commercial cylinder. Apart from this, the capital of the country has increased by 55 rupees. The rate of this cylinder here is Rs 1296. Kolkata and Mumbai have also seen an increase of Rs 55, after which the new prices in these two cities are Rs 1351 and Rs 1244 respectively.
where to check LPG prices
To check the price of cooking gas, you have to go to the website of the government oil company. Companies here issue new rates every month. https://iocl.com/Products/IndaneGas.aspx By visiting this link, you can check the rates of gas cylinders in your city.
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