LPG cylinder prices cut at the beginning of the new financial year

Good news for LPG customers, cylinder prices cut at the beginning of the new financial year

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LPG Cylinder: The new financial year has started with some relief amidst the outbreak of Coronavirus spreading across India. A 21-day lockdown has been declared in the country due to Corona. In such a situation, the demand for LPG cylinders had increased a lot.

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After cutting the prices of LPG, now only Rs 744 will have to be paid for the 14.2 kg non-subsidized cylinder in Delhi. At the same time, for this non-subsidized cylinder, Rs 805.50 had to be paid. In this sense, a non-subsidized cylinder in Delhi has become cheaper by Rs 61.50.

The price of non-subsidized cylinders in Kolkata along with the capital of the country has been Rs 774.50. At the beginning of the new financial year, due to the relief in the price of LPG, the non-subsidized cylinder has been increased to Rs 714.50 in Mumbai and Rs 761.50 in Chennai.

Along with this, in addition to non-subsidy, the price of a 19 kg commercial cylinder has also been cut. The price of the commercial cylinder has been reduced by 96 rupees. 1285 rupees will have to be paid for commercial cylinders in Delhi. At the same time, the price of this cylinder has been Rs 1402 in Chennai. Along with this, the price of a five kg cylinder has also been cut by Rs 21.50. Now, this 5 kg cylinder has become Rs 286.50.

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Let us know that earlier in February, the prices of LPG were increased. At that time, the price of a 14 kg gas cylinder was raised by Rs 144.50 in Delhi. At the same time, the price of LPG was increased by Rs 149 in Kolkata, 145 rupees in Mumbai and 146 rupees in Chennai.

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