Domestic LPG Cylinder Price Breaches Rs 1,000 Mark After Petrol Burns Hole In Common Man’s Pockets

The price of non-subsidised LPG cylinder of 14.2 kg has breached the Rs 1,000 mark across the country. The country is also reeling under a sky-rocketing price of petrol, which was selling at Rs 89.97 per litre in Maharashtra in September.

Consumers are coughing up an average of Rs 200 more for cooking gas cylinder than what they were paying in January.

According to a report by NDTV, the price of a domestic cylinder in Patna is Rs 1,039 and in Raipur, it is being sold for Rs 1,017. In Darjeeling, the price touched Rs 1,111. It is selling at Rs 1,081 in Aizawl, Rs 1,003 in Jammu region and Rs 1,015 in Bidar in Karnataka.Click Here: All Blacks Rugby Jersey