Non-subsidised LPG price steadily increasing
The price of non-subsidised Liquid Petroleum Gas is steadily increasing in most regions in the South Asian country of India, despite the consistent reduction in the price of petrol and diesel in this part of the world.
In many regions in the Indian state of Karnataka, the price of cylinder has unprecedentedly crossed the mark of one thousand Indian rupees.
For a common household, the price of cooking is as much important as the price of petrol and diesel. In some families, it is more important that the price of the common fuels.
What worries many is that though the price of petrol and diesel has come down recently the price of non-subsidised LPG has not been reduced accordingly. The new trend creates confusion in many.
It is assumed that the consistent increase in the price of cooking gas increases the monthly budget of household accordingly. Most Indians prefer homely food items over those served in the restaurants. The unprecedented increase in the price of cooking gas may make expensive the existence of kitchen in house.
Meanwhile, it doesn’t mean that the trend may make restaurant food cheaper than homely cooked food.
In general, the issue is not addressed the cost of food is going to increase in the coming days. Don’t you think so?
Vignesh. S. G
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