Commercial Cooking Gas Price Hiked By Rs 250 From Today

New Delhi: On Monday, the price of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) for commercial cylinders was increased by ₹ 250. According to news agency ANI, 19-kg commercial cylinders will cost ₹2,253 in the national capital Delhi. Domestic LPG cylinder rates, on the other hand, remained constant. In Delhi, a 14.2-kg non-subsidised LPG cylinder now costs ₹949.50.

A 19-kg commercial gas cylinder will set you back ₹2,205 in Mumbai. The commercial LPG prices in Kolkata was ₹2,351, while a 19-kg cylinder will be available for ₹2,406 in Chennai.

Following the assembly elections, LPG, petrol, and diesel prices have risen.

Meanwhile, today’s fuel prices remained steady. Since March 22, prices have risen by ₹ 6.40 per litre in nine rate modifications.

According to a price notification by state-owned fuel merchants, aviation turbine fuel (ATF) prices in the national capital were raised by 2,258.54 per kilolitre (kl), or 2%, to 1,12,924.83 per kl.

Every month on the 1st and 16th, jet fuel costs are adjusted based on the average international price.

Since the beginning of 2022, ATF prices have risen every two weeks. ATF prices have climbed by 38,902.92 kl, or about 50%, in seven increases since January 1.

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