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LPG worth hiked by Rs 50; Crosses Rs 1,000 mark in most locations


Cooking gasoline LPG costs have been on Saturday hiked by Rs 50 per cylinder, the second improve in charges in simply over six weeks following the firming of worldwide vitality charges.

Non-subsidised LPG now prices Rs 999.50 per 14.2-kg cylinder within the nationwide capital, up from Rs 949.50 beforehand, in keeping with a worth notification of state-owned gas retailers.

This is the second improve in LPG charges in simply over six weeks. Prices have been hiked by Rs 50 per cylinder on March 22.

Since April 2021, costs have risen by Rs 190 per cylinder.

Petrol and diesel costs nevertheless proceed to be on freeze for over a month now. The pause adopted charges being hiked by a file Rs 10 per litre in a matter of 16 days starting March 22.

Non-subsidised cooking gasoline is the one that buyers purchase after exhausting their quota of 12 cylinders at subsidised or below-market charges.

However, the federal government pays no subsidy on LPG in most cities and the worth of the refill that buyers, together with the poor ladies who received free connection beneath the much-talked Ujjwala scheme, is identical as non-subsidised or market worth LPG.

Non-subsidised LPG prices Rs 999.50 per 14.2-kg cylinder in Mumbai whereas it’s priced at Rs 1,015.50 a bottle in Chennai and Rs 1,026 in Kolkata.

Rates differ from state to state relying on the incidence of native taxes similar to VAT. Prices are larger in states with larger taxes.

Earlier this month, the worth of economic LPG cylinders – the one utilized by institutions like resorts and eating places – was elevated. On May 1, the worth of a 19-kg industrial LPG cylinder was elevated by Rs 102.50 to Rs 2,355.50.

International oil costs have been on the rise this 12 months. They jumped to a 13-year excessive of USD 140 per barrel in March earlier than shedding a number of the features. Brent was buying and selling at USD 109.77 per barrel on Saturday.

To compound issues, the Indian rupee tumbled to a close to Rs 77 to a greenback.India depends on abroad purchases to satisfy about 85 per cent of its oil requirement, making it probably the most susceptible in Asia to larger oil costs.

Source: www.financialexpress.com”