CNG Price Hike: Increase in CNG prices, new rates will be applicable in Rajasthan including Delhi, Haryana from Saturday

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CNG Price Hike: Indraprastha Gas Limited, the revised CNG price in the National Capital Region (NCT) has gone up to Rs 53.04 per kg with effect from December 4, 2021 in Delhi. At the same time, the revised price of CNG in Gurugram has been increased to Rs 60.40 per kg.

CNG Price Hike

In Delhi-NCR, Haryana and Rajasthan, there has been a big hike in the prices of CNG on Friday. The common people have once again been hit by inflation. CNG prices have increased by Re 1 per kg in Delhi-NCR. Government company Indraprastha Gas Limited (IGL) has also given a big blow to the people on Friday. Indraprastha Gas Limited on Friday revised its CNG retail price in Delhi, Haryana and Rajasthan. The new rates of CNG in Delhi, Haryana and Rajasthan will be applicable from 6 am on December 4, 2021. After the change in the prices of petrol and diesel in the country, now the prices of CNG have also been changed.

Know the new rates of CNG

According to information received from Indraprastha Gas Limited, the revised CNG price in the National Capital Region (NCT) has gone up to Rs 53.04 per kg with effect from December 4, 2021 in Delhi. At the same time, the revised price of CNG in Gurugram has been increased to Rs 60.40 per kg. At the same time, the new rates of CNG in Rewari, Haryana will be Rs 61.10 per kg. At the same time, the revised prices of CNG in Karnal and Kaithal have gone up to Rs 59.30 per kg. With this, the revised prices of CNG have gone up to Rs 67.31 per kg in Ajmer, Pali and Rajsamand in Rajasthan

New rates will be applicable in Rajasthan including Delhi, Haryana from Saturday

Let us tell you that earlier on November 14, Indraprastha Gas Limited had increased the prices of CNG. On November 14, the price of CNG in Delhi was increased by Rs 2.28. Let us tell you that since October 1, Indraprastha Gas Limited has increased the prices of CNG for the fourth time. It is believed that after this decision of Indraprastha Gas Limited, other companies will also take a decision to increase the prices of CNG