CNG, PNG Price Hike: The burden of inflation on the common man is constantly increasing. On March 1, where the price of LPG was increased, now the price of PNG (PNG) gas used in vehicles to reach the kitchen of the houses through CNG and pipes has also been increased. In the entire NCR including Delhi, the price of CNG has increased by 70 paise per kg, the price of PNG has increased by 91 paise. The new rates have come into effect from 6 am on Tuesday morning. Let us know that from March 1, LPG gas cylinders also became expensive by 25 rupees in Delhi. At the same time, the price of petrol and diesel is already at a record high.
New price of CNG, PNG
Now the price of CNG in Delhi has been Rs 43.40 per kg. At the same time, CNG will be available at the rate of 49.08 per kg in Noida-Greater Noida, Ghaziabad. According to Indraprastha Gas Limited, the new price of PNG has now come to 28.42 per standard cubic meter.
To promote digital payments, CNG will be available at a lower price of 50 paise in off-peak hours. From 11 am to 4 pm and late night from 12 pm to 6 am, a cashless payment of 50 paise per kg will be available at the CNG pump at a reduced rate.
LPG was expensive on March 1
On March 1, 14.2 kilograms of LPG was costlier by 25 rupees in Delhi. With this, the new price of LPG cylinder has now become 819 rupees in Delhi. LPG has increased for the fourth time in a month. While from December 1, its prices have increased by 225 rupees. This increase has been made on all subsidized and non-subsidized cylinders. At the same time, petrol in Delhi is getting beyond 91 rupees per liter, which is a record level.
Increase in ATF as well
On Monday, there was a big increase of 6.5 percent in the prices of aircraft fuel (ATF). ATF prices have increased due to the increase in the prices of Crude Oil. According to the notification issued by the public sector fuel companies, the price of ATF has been increased by Rs 3,663 per kiloliter i.e. 6.5 percent. According to the data, this is the third increase in the prices of ATF since February. After the change, the price of aircraft fuel has now reached the level of Rs 59,400.91 per kiloliter in Delhi. Crude is currently close to $ 66.