The price of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) cylinders has been raised once again. The price has been raised by state run oil marketing companies. The price of non subsidies cylinders will be more effective from January 12. Each unit will be costly up to Rs 149. This is the sixth times that the non subsidies has been increased in the recent past. The comulative price has been increased since August almost Rs. 300.
Indian Oil Corporation supplies the cylinders daily 30 lakh across India. The brand name of the company is Indane Gas. This company had revised the price of LPGs on January 1, 2020. From some report there will be cost of Rs 858.5 for 14.2 kilo non-subsidised LPG cylinder in New Delhi. Earlier rate of this was Rs 714. In Kolkata it will be cost of Rs 896. In Chennai it will cost Rs 881. In Mumbai it be cost of Rs 829.5. Indane Gas has also revised the price of LPGs every month that is dependent on the foreign exchange rate and the international benchmark of the fuel.