New Delhi: Liquefied petroleum gasoline (LPG) costs for business cylinders had been elevated by Rs 100.50 on Wednesday. In the nationwide capital, 19-kg business cylinders will now value Rs 2,101 in comparison with the earlier price of Rs 2,000.50. The costs had been final hiked by Rs 266.50 on November 1.
In Mumbai, a 19-kg business gasoline cylinder will value Rs 2,051 from Rs 1,950 earlier. In Kolkata, the business LPG price stood at Rs 2,177, whereas in Chennai, a 19-kg cylinder will likely be accessible for Rs 2,234.50.
However, the home LPG cylinder charges had been stored unchanged. The value of a non-subsidized 14.2 kg home cylinder in Delhi will likely be Rs 899.50 per bottle.
The costs of LPG cooking gasoline cylinders throughout all classes — together with subsidised gasoline — had been hiked by Rs 15 on October 6. Prior to that, the charges of subsidised and non-subsidised LPG charges had been elevated by Rs 25 on October 1.
The authorities coverage offers for the availability of 12 cylinders of 14.2-kg every per family at subsidised or below-market charges. Any amount over this needed to be purchased at market value or non-subsidised charges.
Meanwhile, petrol and diesel costs had been stored unchanged for 27 consecutive days on Wednesday.
In the nationwide capital, petrol is at the moment offered for Rs 103.97; whereas diesel price stood at Rs 86.67, in response to Indian Oil Corporation.
In Mumbai, petrol is retailed at Rs 109.98 per litre; whereas diesel is being offered at Rs 94.14 per litre.