new Delhi. The oil companies have given the first blow to the consumers as soon as the voting for the assembly elections in five states including UP ended on Monday. The rates of CNG (CNG Price Hike) have been increased in many cities of the country including Delhi-NCR.
The new rates increased by the oil companies have come into effect from Tuesday, March 8. The price of CNG in Delhi has been increased by 50 paise. At the same time, it became expensive by Re 1 per kg in Noida and Ghaziabad (Noida-GZB CNG Price). Due to the increase in prices in the global market, companies were also under pressure to increase the rate, but due to the assembly elections, they were not getting a chance to increase the price.
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Now what will be the latest rate of CNG
Till yesterday, the price of CNG in Delhi was Rs 57.01 per kg, which has started getting Rs 57.51 per kg from Tuesday morning. Apart from this, CNG is now getting costlier by Re 1 per kg in Noida, Greater Noida and Ghaziabad. In these cities, customers will now get CNG filled at the rate of Rs 59.58 per kg instead of Rs 58.58 per kg.
Now the number of petrol and diesel
Market experts say that soon there is going to be a setback regarding petrol and diesel prices. According to a report by ICICI Securities, the price of petrol and diesel may increase by Rs 12 to 15 per liter in the next few days. In the global market, the price of crude oil is running above $ 130 per barrel, which is the highest rate in 13 years and companies are also under pressure to increase the price.
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LPG prices may also increase
The government can also increase the prices of LPG cylinders ie LPG soon. On March 1, the prices of commercial gas cylinders were increased by Rs 105, while a 5 kg cylinder also became expensive. However, due to the elections, the prices of domestic gas cylinders have not increased since October and it is estimated that it may increase by Rs 100 to 200 in the next few days.
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