Domestic LPG gas cylinder price hiked for the third month in a row
Non-subsidised Liquified Petroleum Gas (LPG) prices went up on Friday after a price hike was announced by Indian Oil Corporation
Non-subsidised Liquified Petroleum Gas prices went up on Friday after a price hike was announced by Indian Oil Corporation. The new price will come in effect from November 1, 2019. The LPG price has been raised in all four metro cities by at least ₹76 for non-subsidized cylinders and ₹119 for cylinders, according to Indian Oil Corporation.
This rise has come for the third month in a row. The price was slashed in August 2019 and the LPG rates have gone up since then.
In Delhi, non-subsidized LPG cylinders will now be sold at ₹681.5, it’s a ₹76.5 jump from the previous price. After August 2019, the rates of LPG cylinders in Delhi have been hiked thrice from ₹574 to current ₹681.5. Last month, non-subsidized cylinders were priced at ₹605 in Delhi.
Whereas in Kolkata, the non-subsidized cylinders will be costing ₹706. Cylinders rates have gone up by ₹76 from the price of ₹630. Last price deduction took place in August when the prices dropped from ₹662.5 to ₹601.
The new rate for non-subsidized cylinders is ₹651, a ₹76.5 increase from the last price of ₹574.5 in October.
Price of non-subsidized cylinders have gone up by ₹76 in Chennai and the new rate is ₹696.