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Cooking Gas Price Hiked By Rs 25 Per Cylinder. Here Is How Much You Pay

LPG prices in the country are bent by prevailing awkward oil prices in all-embracing markets.

Price of non-subsidised abounding petroleum gas (LPG) butt was hiked by Rs 25 per butt with aftereffect from August 17, account bureau ANI reported. With aftereffect from August 17, bulk of non-subsidised 14.2 kilogram LPG butt will bulk Rs 859.50 in Delhi and Mumbai. Currently bulk of LPG butt is accomplished in Kolkata at Rs 886 per cylinder. Earlier on July 1st, the bulk of the LPG butt was added by Rs 25.50.

Here are the latest LPG butt prices in four busline cities:

Currently, the government provides 12 subsidised LPG cylinders of 14.2 kilograms to a domiciliary every year. The bulk of the subsidy provided by the government on the anniversary allocation of 12 refills varies from ages to month.

LPG prices in the country are bent by prevailing awkward oil prices in all-embracing markets and rupee-dollar barter rate.

Cooking gas ante alter in altered genitalia of the country due to bounded taxes. Usually, the prices of the non-subsidised LPG cylinders are revised on a account base and any changes are implemented on the aboriginal day of anniversary month.

The backpack in the LPG comes at a time back petrol and agent ante are at almanac highs beyond the country. Petrol prices accept already beyond the RS 100 mark in the country.

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