Govt slashes LPG prices amid coronavirus lockdown; non-subsidised cylinder to cost Rs 744 in Delhi, Rs 714 in Mumbai
In India, every household is entitled to receive 12 cylinders at subsidized rates each year. If a family has requirement of more than that, they need to buy it at the market rate.
Price of non-subsidised cooking gas now cut by Rs 62.50 per cylinder on softening international rates
Non-subsidised cooking gas (LPG) price was on Wednesday cut by Rs 62.50 per cylinder on softening international rates
Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Sunday attacked the Narendra Modi-led central government after the prices of cooking gas was again hiked.