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NCP MP Sule Urges Modi To Reduce Fuel Prices

ncp mp sule urges modi to reduce fuel prices


Mumbai, Jun 25 (PTI) Fuel prices have seen the

biggest hike in the past 70 years, NCP MP Supriya Sule said

on Thursday, and urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to reduce

the rates to provide relief to the common man.

Diesel price in New Delhi crossed the Rs 80 per

litre-mark for the first time ever on Thursday as oil

companies raised prices for the 19th day, taking the

cumulative rate to Rs 10.63 a litre.

Petrol price, after a day's hiatus, was hiked by 16

paise and the increase in less than three weeks now totals Rs

  • 8.66 per litre.

  • "Prices of Petrol, Diesel and Petroleum Products have
  1. seen a biggest price hike in the last 70 years. Urging
  2. @PMOIndia to reduce the prices asap so that the common man

will get a relief, Sule, the Lok Sabha member from Baramati

in Maharashtra, tweeted and also tagged her post to Petroleum

Minister Dharmendra Pradhan.

Diesel for the first time became costlier than petrol

in Delhi on Wednesday and has now crossed the Rs 80 per

litre-mark.

The 19th daily increase in rates, since oil companies

on June 7 restarted revising prices in line with costs after

ending an 82-day hiatus in rate revision, has taken diesel

   
   
   

prices to fresh highs. PTI ENM

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