The burden of inflation falling on the pockets of the general public is increasing instead of decreasing. With the beginning of the month of September, the price of cooking gas cylinder has increased (cooking gas cylinder price hike). On Wednesday i.e. on September 1, 2021, the prices of LPG cylinders have been increased across the country. Non-subsidy gas cylinders (non-subsidy LPG price) will become more expensive from today. Petroleum companies have made cylinders more expensive by Rs 25 per liter from today. At the same time, there has also been an increase in commercial gas cylinders.
Prices of domestic and commercial gas cylinders increased
The prices of domestic gas cylinders have increased by Rs 25 per cylinder. This increase has happened on non-subsidized gas cylinders. After this increase, if we talk about the capital Delhi, now a 14.2 kg cooking gas cylinder will be available for Rs 884.50.
At the same time, the prices of commercial gas cylinders have been increased by 75 paise per cylinder. Now a cylinder of 19 kg will have to be bought for Rs 1693.
What is the cost of 14.2 kg LPG cylinder in different cities?
city new prices old prices
Delhi- Rs 884.50 Rs 859.50
Mumbai- Rs 884.50 Rs 859.50
Kolkata- Rs 911 Rs 886
Chennai- Rs 900 Rs 875.5
Lucknow- Rs 922 Rs 897.5
Second hike in 15 days
Let us tell you that this increase in LPG cylinders has been done for the second time in 15 days. Earlier on August 18, the prices of domestic LPG cylinders were increased by Rs 25 per cylinder. At that time the increase was made for both subsidized and non-subsidized categories of cylinders. Earlier on July 1, the cylinder of cooking gas had become costlier by Rs 25.50 per cylinder.