The price of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) for commercial cylinders was raised by Rs 250 on Monday. In the capital, a 19 kg commercial cylinder will cost Rs 2,253, according to ANI news agency. However, domestic LPG cylinder rates remained unchanged. A 14.2 kg subsidized LPG cylinder now costs Rs 949.50 in Delhi.
In Mumbai, a 19 kg commercial gas cylinder will cost Rs 2,205. In Kolkata, the commercial LPG rate is at Rs 2,351, while in Chennai now 19 kg cylinders will be available at Rs 2,406.
LPG, petrol and diesel prices are on the rise after the council election.
Meanwhile, fuel rates remained unchanged today. In nine rate revisions since March 22, prices have increased by Rs 6.40 per liter.
Meanwhile, the price of aviation turbine fuel (ATF) was increased by Rs 2,258.54 per kiloliter (kl), or 2 per cent, to Rs 1,12,924.83 per second in the capital, according to a price notification by a state -owned fuel retailer.
Jet fuel prices are reviewed on the 1st and 16th of each month based on international average prices.
The price of ATF has increased every two weeks since the beginning of 2022. In seven increases starting January 1, the price of ATF has been increased by Rs 38,902.92 kl or almost 50 per cent.