LPG Price Hike: Rahul Gandhi targets Modi Govt over inflation

Taking a jibe at the central government, Rahul Gandhi tweeted, "As inflation rose, the price of 'jumlas' fell."

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Published on: 1 Dec 2021 11:14 AM GMT
LPG Price Hike: Rahul Gandhi targets Modi Govt over inflation
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New Delhi: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has targeted the Narendra Modi government at the Center regarding the increase in the prices of LPG gas cylinders. In fact, state-owned oil marketing companies have increased the price of 19 kg commercial gas cylinders by more than Rs 100 on Wednesday, taking the price in Delhi to Rs 2,101.

In such a situation, Rahul Gandhi has criticized the central government for the increased price.

Rahul Gandhi slams Modi Govt:

Taking a jibe at the central government, he tweeted, "As inflation rose, the price of 'jumlas' fell." Rahul Gandhi's statement has come at a time when there is a rapid increase in the prices of LPG gas cylinders. Earlier in October, the price of 9 kg commercial gas cylinder was Rs 1734.


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At the same time, after an increase of Rs 266.50 on 1 November, it increased to Rs 2000.50. Now once again an increase of more than Rs 100 has been registered in it, after which its price has now reached Rs 2,101. However, no increase has been registered in the prices of non-subsidized LPG cylinders of 14.2 kg.

Earlier, Rahul Gandhi had also openly expressed his opinion on the suspension of 12 Rajya Sabha MPs for the remaining period of the winter session. He had said that there was no question of apologizing on behalf of the members of the opposition as the government in violation of parliamentary rules and wrongly brought the proposal of suspension, for which it should apologize. The main opposition party had also said that the suspension should be revoked so that the House can run smoothly.

Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi said that there cannot be an apology at all for raising the public's point of view in Parliament. He tweeted, 'Apologies for what? To raise public opinion in Parliament? Not at all.' The Congress staged a walkout in both the houses of Parliament on Tuesday regarding this issue. The party boycotted the proceedings in the Rajya Sabha for the whole day. At the same time, the uproar of the opposition continued in the Rajya Sabha on Wednesday, after which the proceedings of the house have been adjourned till Thursday.

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