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The Government Replied In Parliament On Rising Prices Of Petrol And Diesel

Petrol and diesel prices have increased 13 times in the last 15 days. Every day there is an increase of a few paise and till now there has been an increase of about Rs 9.20.

Petrol and diesel price controversy in Parliament

The process of increasing the price of petrol and diesel continues. In the last 15 days, the prices of petrol and diesel have been increased by about Rs 10. On Tuesday also, the prices of petrol and diesel were increased by 80 paise. Petrol and diesel prices have increased by Rs 9.20 since March 22. After increasing the price, petrol in Delhi has become Rs 104.61 and diesel Rs 95.87 per liter on Tuesday. The statement of Union Minister Hardeep Singh Puri has come on the rising prices of petrol and diesel.

Opposition’s uproar in Parliament

The opposition is constantly trying to surround the government regarding the rising prices of petrol-diesel and LPG. Opposition leaders have proposed a discussion on this issue in Parliament many times. But the discussion is not happening. Due to this, the proceedings of both the houses are also affected. Opposition leaders are continuously raising slogans regarding inflation and oil prices. Earlier, some opposition leaders including Congress had also demonstrated on the Parliament premises regarding this. The opposition alleges that till the elections, the government did not allow the price of oil to rise and now the pockets of the public are being emptied continuously.

The temperature increased 13 times in the last 15 days

Let us inform you that after the end of the assembly elections in five states, the price of oil started increasing. Petrol and diesel prices have increased 13 times in the last 15 days. Every day there is an increase of few paise and till now there has been an increase of about Rs 9.20. Petrol prices have once again crossed the 100 mark in all major cities. On the other hand, the common man’s kitchen has also been affected, as domestic LPG prices have also increased. At present, the government is seen in a defensive mode on this matter.

CNG prices also increased

CNG prices in Delhi have increased again on Monday. Indraprastha Gas has increased the prices of CNG by Rs 2.5 per kg. The increased prices have come into effect from April 4. It is worth noting that this is the seventh hike in CNG prices last month. Overall the rate has increased by about Rs 6.5 per kg. This increase is due to the jump in gas prices globally.

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