Domestic PG will get less expensive by ₹10 per chamber from April 1, carrying genuinely necessary help to families reeling under the effect of continuous value climbs in February. The Indian Oil Corporation Limited on Wednesday affirmed the decrease of ₹10 in the cost per chamber, news office ANI announced.
As of now, a LPG chamber in Delhi costs 819 after three climbs since the start of this current year. In January, the cost was ₹694, which was climbed to ₹719 in February. On February 15, the cost was again climbed to ₹769 to be again expanded to ₹794 on February 25. In March, the cost was again climbed to ₹819.
In Kolkata, a chamber costs ₹ ₹845 while in Mumbai and Chennai, the costs are ₹819 and ₹835, individually. While petroleum and diesel costs have effectively been cut threefold in multi week, cooking gas (LPG) value also will see a decrease soon, the authority, who would not like to be recognized, said.