Diesel Price up for bulk consumers, LPG cut

Amid cap on LPG cylinder, now the government has reduce the burden of common man, cutting price of LPG cylinder by Rs 37.50, while price of diesel for bulk consumers has been hiked by Rs 1 per litre.

Meanwhile, bulk consumers as Defence, Railways and State Road Transport Corporations will have to face more challenge for the fuel, which hinted on to consumers.

As per reports, there has no change in Diesel retailing prices at petrol pumps and not in subsidised LPG cylinders rates.

Now as per new revised rates, the bulk consumers will have to pay Rs 58.58 per litre for diesel at petrol pumps.

Earlier yesterday, State-Oil Corporations gas raised the price of petrol by Rs. 1.40 per litre, excluding taxes, following international crude oil rates. The same has implemented at Diesel hike.

Despite this, significant is of cut on the price of cooking gas (LPG), now price of non-subsidised LPG is Rs 904.50 per 14.2-kg cylinder.


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