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LPG Cylinder Price: 19 Kg commercial cooking gas cylinder increased by Rs 25, check new rates

LPG Gas Cylinder Price: There has been a big change in the price of LPG gas cylinder on the very first day of the year and people have got another blow of inflation. However, it won’t impact the budget of commoners as the prices of domestic LPG cylinder remain unchanged.

By Ruchi Upadhyay 
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New Delhi: New Year 2023 has started from today. Along with the new year, common people have got another blow of inflation. Government oil companies have released new prices of gas cylinders on January 1, 2023. The special thing is that a rise of up to Rs 25 has been registered in the price of gas cylinder. It is worth noting that this increase has been done in the price of commercial gas cylinders and domestic gas cylinders are available at their old rates. However, it won’t impact the budget of commoners as the prices of domestic LPG cylinder remain unchanged.

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Prices of commercial LPG cylinder hike:
OMCs changed the rates of commercial cylinder from January 1, 2023 by increasing up to Rs 25. The move will make it costlier to dine out at restaurants, hotels, etc. However, it won’t impact the budget of commoners as the prices of domestic LPG cylinder remain unchanged.

Check here the latest rates of commerial gas cylinder in big metropolitans:
Delhi – Rs 1768 / cylinder

Mumbai – Rs 1721/ cylinder

Kolkata – Rs 1870/ cylinder

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Chennai – Rs 1917/ cylinder

Check the rates of domestic LPG cylinder in four metropolitans:
Delhi – Rs 1053

Mumbai – Rs 1052.5

Kolkata – Rs 1079

Chennai – Rs 1068.5

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OMCs increased the prices of domestic cylinder last time in July 6 2022. It was increased to Rs 153.5 cumulatively. Prices were hiked four times. OMCs first increased Rs 50 in March 2022, then it again hiked Rs 50 and Rs 3.50 in May month. Finally, it hiked the prices of domestic cylinder by Rs 50 in July last year.

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