New Delhi: From today i.e. July 1, many major changes have taken place. This includes LPG. Yes, from July 1, new prices for LPG cylinders have been released. According to the information given on the website of Indian Oil, there has been no change in the price of the 14.2 kg LPG cylinder and 19 kg Commercial Cylinder Price. This means domestic and commercial LPG cylinder prices are stable this month. Let’s know the complete information
LPG cylinder prices
For information, let us tell you that the price of an LPG cylinder for kitchen use in the national capital New Delhi is Rs 1103 and the price of the cylinder for commercial use is Rs 1773. Apart from this, talk about Mumbai, the price of an LPG cylinder there is Rs 1102.50 and the cost of a commercial cylinder is only Rs 1725.
LPG cylinder in Kolkata
Yes, apart from this, the LPG cylinder price in Kolkata remains constant at Rs.1129. While the price of commercial use cylinder is Rs 1875.50. According to the website of Indian Oil, the price of an LPG cylinder in Chennai is Rs 1118.50, while a commercial cylinder is being sold for Rs 1937.
Know when the rates of commercial cylinders were increased?
Now let us see in which months the government has changed the prices of commercial cylinders. It may be noted that in June last month, the prices of commercial cylinders were cut by Rs 83. Apart from this, the prices of commercial cylinders were reduced to Rs 1856.50 per cylinder in the month of May. The price of commercial cylinders in April was Rs 2028. Its highest price was Rs 2119.50 in March. The commercial cylinder cost Rs 1769 in January and February.
Domestic cylinder prices stable in June
There has been no change in the LPG prices for the last few months. In March, the prices of LPG cylinders were increased by Rs 50. Also, earlier on July 6 last year, there was a change in the price of LPG cylinders. Till March, the price of LPG cylinders in the national capital Delhi was Rs 1053, it has increased by Rs 50 and now the domestic cylinder is being sold at Rs 1103 per cylinder.