Assembly Elections have been completed in five states of the country. Petrol and diesel prices are expected to increase after the elections are over. The effect of rising inflation is being seen in Delhi. Recently, the rates of CNG in Delhi have been increased.
The effect of inflation is clearly visible due to increase in crude oil. CNG price hiked in Delhi. Let us inform that CNG has now become 50 paise expensive in the capital Delhi. The CNG rate in Delhi was Rs 57.01 per kg, which has increased to Rs 57.51 per kg since Tuesday morning. Apart from this, the price of CNG has also increased by 50 paise in Rewari, Karnal and Kaithal.
CNG has become costlier by up to ₹1 in NCR region Noida, Greater Noida and Ghaziabad. The increased price has come into effect from 6 am Tuesday. CNG in these areas has gone up to Rs 59.58 per kg.
The price of crude oil is increasing continuously in the international market. In such a situation, it is being speculated that soon the prices of petrol and diesel may increase in the country. Currently, the price of crude oil has reached USD 120 per barrel in the international market. Accordingly, a jump of up to Rs 15-20 in the prices of petrol and diesel can be seen in the coming days.
Let us tell you that due to the elections in 5 states in the country, the prices of petrol and diesel were not increasing, but on Monday the elections were completed in all the five states. In such a situation, speculations are being made that the price of petrol and diesel may increase in the coming few days. It is worth noting that elections have been completed in 5 states, whose results will be declared on March 10.
Due to the 13-day long-running Russia-Ukraine war, the prices of crude oil are seeing a steady rise in the international market. Due to the rise in crude oil, the price of petrol and diesel in India will increase. Let us tell you that due to the war of Russia-Ukraine, inflation is increasing in the global market.