Another blow to inflation was the increase in CNG prices by Rs 2 per kg.
Troubled by the rising oil and gas prices, the people of the country are once again facing the brunt of inflation. CNG prices have been hiked once again in Delhi. Customers will now have to pay Rs 2 more per kg. This increase has come into effect from Sunday morning. Adding to these increased prices, CNG is now available in Delhi at Rs 73.61 per kg.
After the increase in prices, now CNG will be available in Delhi at Rs 73.61 per kg. Whereas in Noida, Greater Noida and Ghaziabad, you will have to pay Rs 76.17 per kg of CNG. It will be available for Rs 81.94 in Gurugram, Rs 84.07 in Rewari, Rs 80.84 in Muzaffarnagar, Meerut and Shamli and Rs 82.27 in Karnal and Kaithal.
On the other hand, the latest rates of petrol and diesel have been updated by the Indian oil companies. Petrol and diesel prices remained stable at the national level amid volatility in international crude oil prices. Even as crude oil prices hovered near ₹110 per barrel, Indian oil companies did not change the prices of petrol and diesel today (May 15). It is noteworthy that there has been no change in the prices of petrol and diesel in the national market since April 7. It is believed that the rise in crude oil prices may further increase the prices of petrol and diesel in the country.