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Cooking Gas Cylinder Prices Go Up, Rahul Gandhi Says GDP Is 'Increase In Gas, Diesel, Petrol Cost'

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Liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) prices have been increased by Rs 25 per cylinder by the petroleum companies from September 1. 14.2 kg LPG subsidised cylinder will now cost Rs 884.50 per cylinder in Delhi. This is the second price hike undertaken by the gas retailers within a month. On August 18, the price of LPG cylinder was hiked by Rs 25 per cylinder. As per an ANI report, the price of a 19 kilogram commercial cylinder was increased by Rs 19 per cylinder and will now cost Rs 1,693 per cylinder. Earlier on July 1, the price of the LPG cylinder was increased by Rs 25.50. Between January 1 and August 17, the price of cooking gas cylinders rose by Rs 165 each. Meanwhile, Congress Leader Rahul Gandhi attacked the government over the hike in petrol prices, citing data for petrol, diesel and cooking gas. Increase in GDP, he equated with the rise of \"gas, diesel and petrol prices”. Watch the video to know more.

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