After petrol and diesel, the domestic LPG cylinder prices have been hiked by over Rs 50 in Delhi, Mumbai and other cities from Tuesday (March 22). This is the first increase since October 6, 2021.
In Nagpur petrol will now be available for Rs 110.52 per litre, a hike of 85 paise from Rs 109.68 on Monday. The diesel in the city will be 84 paise costlier at Rs 93.35 from Rs 92.51 for a litre.
The rates have also been hiked in Patna where the LPG cylinder will now be sold at Rs 1,039.50.
This hike has come after 137 days and a litre of petrol in Delhi will now cost Rs 96.21 and diesel will be sold at Rs 87.47 rupees.
Earlier, diesel prices for bulk consumers have also been raised by around Rs 25 per litre following a 40% increase in worldwide oil prices due to the ongoing Russia-Ukraine conflict.