Hyderabad: Congress workers on Friday took to the streets and protested towards the rising fuel and Liquefied Petroleum Gases (LPG) costs within the nation. On Friday the value of petrol, which has been rising every day from over week within the metropolis got here near Rs. 94 per litre.
Fuel costs continued to surge for the 11th consecutive day on Friday, inching nearer to the Rs. 100 mark with every passing day. LPG costs additionally continued to rise since January 2021, and have seen a rise by Rs. 25, costing a staggering 771.50 per 14.02kg cylinder.
Protesting the hikes, Congress workers held demonstrations in a reasonably distinctive method on the RTC X roads space on Friday. Prices are near touching Rs.100 even within the metropolis, whilst that quantity has been breached in some components of the nation like Rajasthan.
Constantly chanting “Modi down down”, the workers cooked meals on the road using bricks and wooden. According to numerous media studies, Friday’s hike was the 13th time that costs went up since February 1. Prices have elevated by Rs 4.01 in petrol and 4.45 in diesel per litre.
In the previous 50 days, fuel costs have been hiked 23 instances alone. With the widespread man struggling to make day-after-day ends meet for survival, the centre on the opposite hand will earn roughly Rs. 1.9 Lakh crore further from ‘taxes’ on fuel within the Financial Year 2021.