The kitchen budget will increase as LPG becomes more expensive by Rs 15 per bottle
The price of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), the most widely used cooking gas, was raised on Wednesday by Rs 15 per cylinder by the main Indian petroleum marketing companies (OMC) in line with soaring international prices of the brut, according to the news agency PTI reported.
The prices for both subsidized and unsubsidized LPG cylinders have been increased, he said, citing officials at the oil company.
With this, the price of an unsubsidized 14.2 kg LPG cylinder will now cost Rs 899.50 in Delhi, according to the report.
Before the last increase, the price of The unsubsidized LPG gas cylinder has been increased by Rs 25 on September 1, 2021, and before that, it was increased by an additional Rs 25 per cylinder on August 17, 2021, according to data available on the Indian Oil Corporation website.
In India, the WTO sells 14.2 kg bottles to domestic households at free market prices, but the government grants subsidies for 12 of these bottles to each household each year with the help of a profit shift. direct to their bank accounts.
Meanwhile, the prices of major automotive fuels also hit new all-time highs on Wednesday. The price of gasoline has been increased by 30 paise the liter and diesel by 35 paise the liter in the nation’s capital.
Meanwhile, the global benchmark Brent surged to $ 82.53 per barrel, while West Texas Intermediate hit $ 78.87 per barrel.