Price of non-subsidized LPG cylinder increased again, know how much will have to be paid now

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Pune, February 4, 2021: There has been a significant increase in the inflation rate in the recent few months. Government oil marketing companies have raised domestic gas prices once again.

According to the website of Indian Oil Corporation Limited, from today, February 4, consumers will have to pay more for 14 kg non-subsidized domestic gas cylinders. This time, Rs 25 per cylinder has been increased. For this, Rs 719 per cylinder in Delhi, Rs 745.50 per cylinder in Kolkata, 710 in Mumbai and Rs 735 per cylinder in Chennai will have to be paid. In Pune, the price is Rs 722.


There is a change in the price of LPG on the first of every month. This time on February 1, the price of commercial cylinders was increased by Rs 190, but the price of domestic gas was not changed. But today its price has also come down by six rupees per cylinder.