LPG Gas Cylinder Price Today: After a massive hike in the price of petrol, Indian citizens have to expand their budget further as petroleum companies have increased the LPG gas rate. The new gas cylinder will now cost you additional Rs 25.50 as per the LPG gas price today.
LPG Gas Price Touches Sky, Troubles Poor And Middle-Class Households
The non-subsidized gas cylinder weighing 14.2 kg will have now a total cost of Rs 884.50. This hike also applies to commercial cylinders taking the new price to Rs 1693 for a 19-kg cylinder.
The new LPG gas price will be applicable from the 1st of this month. This is for the third time when petroleum companies have increased the rate. However, the companies have been increasing the price with a steady amount of Rs 25 giving no relief to users.
Angry Users Criticise Government For LPG Price Hike
Why no one questions the government?
I feel terrible for the poor. This is so heartless!
— Ambiidextron (@ambiidextron) September 1, 2021
— Divesh Sharma 🇮🇳 (@DiveshS31356290) September 1, 2021
Yet again One more Hike!!
The price of LPG cylinder has been again increased by Rs 25 and is touching almost Rs 1000 in various parts of the country.
Modi and BJP are busy looting the public even more with the LPG price hike.
— Madhu 🤚 (@Vignesh_TMV) September 1, 2021
LPG Cylinder Price hiked by Rs 25
Dec 2020 Rs 594
Sept 2021 Rs 884.50 (Delhi)
Thank you Modi ji…
— 😊Delightful😊 (@sdhruv86) September 1, 2021
In last 15 days the price of LPG cylinder has been hiked by ₹50!
🔸It was hiked by ₹25 on August 18th.
🔸Hiked today again by ₹25!
🔸In last 2 months, the price of LPG has gone up by ₹75!
THIS IS MODI-MADE LOOT. #IndiaAgainstBJPLoot
— Saral Patel (@SaralPatel) September 1, 2021
While you were busy fighting the pandemic
LPG cylinder price–
— Abhilash Chaudhary 🇮🇳 (@teotia_abhilash) September 1, 2021
I think after petrol next target of government to take LPG price beyond Rs 1000. https://t.co/T6Ji2LaZqX
— Pravat Pattanaik (ପ୍ରଭାତ ପଟ୍ଟନାୟକ)🇮🇳 📝 (@pravat010) September 1, 2021
The new price is double trouble for citizens considering the after-effects of the pandemic on their income.