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‘Akkad Bakkad Bambe Bo, Diesel Nabbe Petrol Sau,’ says Urmila Matondkar on rising fuel prices in India

As petrol prices on Thursday crossed Rs 100 per litre in states such as Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan, Urmila used the lines from the popular poem with some changes.

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New Delhi: In the wake of the rising fuel prices in the country, actor turned politician Urmila Matondkar took to Twitter on Thursday to take a sarcastic take through the popular poem “Akkad Bakkad Bambe Bo.”

As petrol prices on Thursday crossed Rs 100 per litre in states such as Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan, Urmila used the lines from the popular poem with some changes.

Here’s what she wrote

The fuel prices in Delhi rose for the 11th consecutive day on Friday (September 19) as Petrol prices reached Rs 90.10 per litre after registering a hike of 31 paise, while Diesel prices saw a jump of 33 paise and reach Rs 80.06 per litre in the national capital region.

In states like Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan, Petrol prices have crossed Rs 100-mark and now are sold at Rs 100.72 in Rewa, MP and cost Rs 100.16 per litre in Hanumangarh, Rajasthan.

In Mumbai, the prices went up by roughly 30 paise, which has pushed the price of Petrol to Rs 96.62, up by 30 paise while Diesel prices have seen a hike of 35 paise and are now sold at Rs 87.67 per litre. The unrelenting price hike in fuel prices has attracted severe reactions from cricketers to actors, and opposition parties have criticised the Centre’s inability to control the fuel prices which have been spiralling out of control.

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