The prices of CNG and PNG have increased in many cities including the national capital Delhi. The price of CNG has gone up to Rs 49.76 per kg from today (October 13) in Delhi. CNG and PNG prices have increased for the second time in 13 days. Due to the increase in the price of gas, people are facing the impact of inflation from the kitchen to business, while the prices of petrol and diesel have already increased.
CNG-PNG prices increased for the fifth time this year
The prices of CNG and PNG have been increased for the 5th time this year. After this, CNG has gone up to Rs 49.76 per kg in Delhi, while the price of PNG has gone up to Rs 35.11 per SCM. Whereas in Gurugram, CNG has become Rs 58.20 per SCM, while PNG has become Rs 33.31 per SCM.
Prices of Petrol and Diesel
There has been no increase in the prices of petrol and diesel from the government oil companies today. The prices were increasing continuously for the last several days. In many cities of the country, the price of petrol has reached above Rs 100 and its effect is starting to affect the pocket of the common man. The price of petrol in Delhi is Rs 104.44, while the price of diesel is Rs 93.17 per liter. The price of petrol in Mumbai is Rs 110.41 and the price of diesel is Rs 101.03 per liter. At the same time, petrol is Rs 101.79 a liter in Chennai and diesel is Rs 97.59 a liter.
LPG price increased last week
Earlier, the prices of domestic LPG cylinders had increased and the PSU petroleum companies had increased the price of LPG by Rs 15. After this increase, the price of non-subsidized 14.2 kg domestic LPG cylinder in Delhi and Mumbai has now gone up to Rs 899.50, while the price of 5 kg cylinder has now gone up to Rs 502. Earlier on October 1, the prices of 19 kg commercial cylinders were also increased. The price of commercial gas was increased by Rs 43.5 per cylinder, after which the price of 19 kg gas cylinder in Delhi has gone up to Rs 1736.5.