With constant hike in Fuel prices in India, once again been hiked on Saturday, making this is the 14th straight day of rise in prices of petrol and diesel. In Mumbai, petrol price has been increased to Rs. 85.72 per litre while diesel is retailing at Rs. 75.54, which is highest in the nation.
Petrol prices in Delhi have been hiked by Rs. 0.51 per litre while diesel prices have been hiked by Rs. 0.61 per litre, with the latest hike, petrol prices have touched Rs. 78.88 per litre in Delhi and diesel prices have touched Rs 77.67 per litre. This is the 14th day of fuel prices hike since June 9 2020. Both petrol and diesel prices have been increased by over Rs 7 per litre over the past two weeks in the nation without much change in International crude oil price. Rates have been increased across the country and vary from state to state depending on the local sales tax or VAT.
Will Modi Government will protest against themselves, who were at their best during UPA 1 and UPA 2 regime. This is completely unfair and need to roll back such drastically increase of fuel price in India. Every individual are facing Covid-19 pandemic, and has already loose employment in the country and many are still jobless. Did government do anything for them?
Government of India, must rethink of the people, by the people and for the people, before it take such decision.