New Delhi. The month of November has started from today. With the beginning of this month, there have been many such changes which will affect your pocket and your life. The good news that has been received on the first date of November is that there has been a huge cut in the prices of LPG cylinders. After this deduction, you will have to pay less for the cylinder than before. Let us tell you, on the first day of the beginning of the month, this cut has been made in the prices of commercial LPG cylinders (LPG Price Latest Update) by the gas companies of the country. Those using domestic gas cylinders will have to pay the same price as before.
Where have the prices of cylinders reduced?
At the beginning of every month, new cylinder prices are issued by the gas companies. According to IOCL, after the reduction in the price of commercial cylinder, today, from November 1, 19 kg commercial cylinder of Indane has become cheaper by Rs 115.5 in the capital Delhi. The price of 19 kg commercial cylinder has been reduced by Rs 113 in Kolkata, Rs 115.5 in Mumbai and Rs 116.5 in Chennai for 19 kg commercial cylinder.
Four metros will now get cylinder at this price
- Delhiites will now have to pay Rs 1744 instead of Rs 1859.5 for a 19 kg commercial cylinder.
- For this in Kolkata, instead of Rs 1995.50, you will have to pay Rs 1846.
- From today, 19 kg commercial cylinder will be available in metropolitan Mumbai for Rs 1696 instead of Rs 1844.
- In Chennai, people will have to pay Rs 1893 for this, earlier it was Rs 2009.50.
Food items can be cheap in hotels
With the beginning of the month of November, the reduction in the prices of commercial LPG cylinders will also benefit those who are fond of eating food in markets and hotels. Hotel owners can also reduce the price of food items due to the reduction in the price of commercial LPG cylinders. Others will also benefit from this.
Relief has not been received since July
If we talk about LPG cylinders for domestic use, then the common people have not got relief even this month. The prices of LPG cylinders have remained stable since the month of last July. No change has been shown in these.