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Inflation hits the public again, IGL hike CNG prices for the second time in 6 days | Check new rates here

By Ruchi Upadhyay 
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New Delhi: The dreams of ‘Acche Din’ of the people who are facing inflation across the country seem to be shattered at the moment. In the national capital Delhi, there seems to be an all-round hit of inflation. Where the prices of CNG, which were increased just a few days ago, seem to be on fire. The prices of CNG in Delhi have been increased once again. The increased prices of CNG in Delhi will be effective from May 21.

Also Read :- IGL increases CNG prices in Delhi/NCR by Rs 2.5 per kg; Raises PNG rates as well

Indraprastha Gas Limited (IGL) has hiked CNG prices in Delhi-NCR and adjoining areas with effect from Saturday (May 21) at 6 am. With the latest hike, Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) has become expensive by Rs 2 per kg. In Delhi, CNG is retailing at Rs 75.61 per kg in Delhi while the gas is selling at Rs 78.17 per kg in Noida, Greater Noida, and Ghaziabad. In Gurugram, CNG is selling at Rs 83.94 per kg — the highest among all places in Delhi NCR.

CNG prices were increased for the second time in Delhi within 6 days. Earlier on May 15, the price of CNG in Delhi-NCR was increased by Rs 2 per kg. At present, for one kg of CNG in Delhi, customers will have to pay Rs 75.61.

83.94 price in Gurugram

Ghaziabad, Noida and Greater Noida adjacent to Delhi have also seen an increase of Rs 2 in the price of CNG. After this, now the price of CMG per kg in these cities has gone up to Rs 78.17. Apart from this, those living in Gurugram will have to pay a price of Rs 83.94 for one kg of CNG.

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Apart from Delhi, after increasing the price of CNG in Rewari, now Rs 86.07, Kanpur Rs 87.40, Ajmer Rs 85.88, Karnal Rs 84.27, Muzaffarnagar Rs 82.84 per kg will have to be paid.

At present, driving a vehicle in the national capital is becoming increasingly difficult. Petrol has already crossed the Rs 100 mark. At the same time, CNG is also seen running on the footsteps of petrol. Due to the increase in the prices of CNG gas, the fares of the vehicles running on CNG are continuously increasing, which is increasing the pocket money of the common people.

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