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IGL hikes CNG Prices in Delhi | CNG becomes costlier in Delhi, Indraprastha gas increases gas price by Rs 1 per kg

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Those driving CNG vehicles in Delhi have suffered a setback. CNG distribution company Indraprastha Gas Service in Delhi has announced an increase in gas prices. Under this, CNG in Delhi has become expensive by Re 1 per kg. According to the new prices, the price of CNG will increase to Rs 43 per kg in Delhi from June 2. Apart from this, the price of CNG will be Rs 48.75 in Noida, Rs 57.25 in Muzaffarnagar, Rs 55 in Gurugram. This increase is about the additional expense of making gas stations safer in the wake of the Corona virus epidemic.

Indraprastha Gas Limited, a company that supplies natural gas (PNG) from CNG and cooks to pipes for vehicles, said on Monday that the price of CNG in the National Capital Region (NCR) has been increased from Rs 42 per kg to Rs 43 per kg. It has been done. The increased rates will be applicable from 6 am on June 2, 2020. However, there will be no change in PNG prices.

The company last changed the prices of CNG and PNG on April 3. Then the price of CNG was cut by Rs 3.2 per kg and the rate of natural gas by Rs 1.55 per unit. The company said in another tweet, "CNG retail price is being raised from Rs 47.75 per kg to Rs 48.75 per kg in Noida, Greater Noida and Ghaziabad. CNG rate in Karnal district of Haryana is Rs 50.85 per kg and in Rewari 55.1 per kg.

This post was published on June 2, 2020 2:47 am

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