Hike in price of commercial LPG by Rs 250
Due to the steep hike of commercial cylinders, the hoteliers have decided to hike the price of food. In Karnataka, the Hotel owners' association has decided to increase the price of food following a hike in LPC price.
New Delhi: The holes in the pockets of common people continue to get bigger as the prices of commercial cylinders witness a steep rise by Rs. 250.
Due to steep hike of commercial cylinders, the hoteliers have decided to hike the price to food. In Karnataka, Hotel owners' association has decided to increase the price of food following hike in LPC price.
The government hiked the price of LPG cylinders again by a whopping Rs. 250. After the hike, the LPG cylinder of 19 kg will now cost ₹ 2,253 in Delhi. However, the domestic LPG cylinder rates were kept unchanged. A 14.2-kg non-subsidised LPG cylinder now costs ₹ 949.50 in Delhi.
In Mumbai, a 19-kg commercial gas cylinder will cost ₹ 2,205. In Kolkata, the commercial LPG rate stood at ₹ 2,351, while in Chennai now a 19-kg cylinder will be available for ₹ 2,406.
The prices of LPG, petrol and diesel are on the rise after the assembly elections. Meanwhile, the fuel rates were kept unchanged today. In nine rate revisions since March 22, the prices have gone up by ₹ 6.40 per litre.
Aviation turbine fuel (ATF) prices were hiked by ₹ 2,258.54 per kilolitre (kl), or 2 per cent, to ₹ 1,12,924.83 per kl in the national capital, according to a price notification by state-owned fuel retailers.
The prices of Jet fuel were revised on the 1st and 16th of every month based on the average international price.
ATF prices have increased every fortnight since the start of 2022. In seven hikes beginning January 1, ATF prices have been increased by ₹ 38,902.92 kl or almost 50 per cent.