New Delhi: If the value of gas continues to rise by 80 paise per day, it might price Rs 275 per litre by November or December, when meeting elections in Gujarat and Himachal are due, based on Samajwadi Celebration president Akhilesh Yadav on Saturday.
Yadav made the remark, referring to his forecast of seemingly future petrol prices as “the arithmetic of inflation beneath BJP management,” information company PTI reported.
Yadav made his feedback in a Hindi tweet with out specifying the states of Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh, the place meeting elections are anticipated to happen in November or December this yr.
Taking to Twitter, SP Chief stated, “Persons are saying if the petrol worth retains rising by 80 paise a day or Rs 24 a month at its current charge, it might rise by Rs 175 within the subsequent seven months by November or December when subsequent elections are seemingly.”
जनता कह रही है कि 80 पैसे प्रतिदिन या लगभग 24 रु. महीने के हिसाब से पेट्रोल के दाम यूँ ही बढ़ते रहे तो अगले जो चुनाव नवंबर-दिसंबर में होंगे, इस बीच 7 महीने में दाम लगभग 175 रु. बढ़ जाएंगे मतलब आज के 100 रु लीटर से बढ़कर पेट्रोल 275 रु. लीटर हो जाएगा।
ये है भाजपाई महंगाई का गणित!
— Akhilesh Yadav (@yadavakhilesh) April 2, 2022
“It implies that the petrol promoting at Rs 100 a litre now could be costing Rs 275 a litre then,” he stated. “That is the arithmetic of inflation beneath the BJP rule,” he added.
Costs In Metro Cities
- The worth of petrol and diesel in Delhi is at Rs 102.61 per litre and Rs 93.87 per litre respectively right this moment (elevated by 80 paise).
- In Mumbai, the petrol and diesel costs per litre are at Rs 117.57 and Rs 101.79 (elevated by 85 paise)
- In Kolkata, the value of petrol is Rs 112.19 (elevated by 84 paise) and diesel is Rs 97.02 (elevated by 80 paise).
- In Chennai, the petrol and diesel costs per litre at Rs 108.21 and Rs 108.21 (elevated by 76 paise).
Notably, that is the tenth rise in gas costs for the reason that conclusion of a four-and-a-half-month charge revision break on March 22.
Petrol costs have risen by Rs 7.20 per litre in whole.
Costs had beforehand been raised by 80 pence per litre, the most important single-day improve for the reason that day by day worth assessment was applied in June 2017.
(With PTI Inputs)