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Congress’ Rahul Gandhi slams Centre for ‘looting public’ over LPG cylinder price hike

Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi once again slammed Narendra Modi-led Central government on Monday (February 15) over the price hike of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) domestic cylinder in Delhi.

Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi once again slammed Narendra Modi-led Central government on Monday (February 15) over the price hike of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) domestic cylinder in Delhi.

Rohit Gandhi took to Twitter to express his thoughts over the matter and added that the Centre is ‘looting’ from the public.

“Loot from the public, Development of only two (rough translation from Hindi),” the Congress leader tweeted.

HERE IS HIS POST:

The domestic cylinder prices of the LPG in Delhi has gone up by almost Rs 50 per unit. The new prices came into action from February 15 onwards LPG cylinders will be available in the national capital for a price tag of Rs 769 per 14.2 kilograms.

This is also the second time that the prices have gone up in the month of February in 2021. The oil marketing companies had bumped up the price of the non-subsidised LPG cylinders by INR 25 in metro cities on February 4.

The increase in the price tag of LPG comes during a time when the petrol and diesel prices in the country have reached an all-time high. As compared to February 14, the petrol prices have gone up by 26 paise while diesel price has increased by 29 paise.

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https://testzo.xyz/india/fuel-prices-jump-in-delhi-again-petrol-up-26-paise-diesel-by-29-paise-4875/

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