LPG cylinders to cost Rs 86 more; no impact on subsidised consumers: Govt
The government said, the increase in the price of non-subsidized LPG cylinder will not impact the consumers receiving subsidized refills. The non-subsidized price of LPG cylinder has increased by 86 rupees.
The Petroleum Ministry in a statement said, the increase in line with the rise in global LPG product prices.it said, now the rate of the non- subsidised cylinder will be 737 rupees in Delhi and the consumers will receive subsidy amount of 303 in theirr bank accounts.Thus, the net price for the consumer for the subsidized cylinder will be 434, which remains unchanged.
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