Rahul Gandhi urges people to join Campaign against fuel price hike

Corona virus outbreak is increasing all over the country. As the corona cases and increasing rapidly and after lockdown it impacted the economy too.

Rahul Gandhi urges people to join Campaign against fuel price hike

New Delhi: Corona virus outbreak is increasing all over the country. As the corona cases and increasing rapidly and after lockdown it impacted the economy too. Due to which the business of every sector has been affected. The common man’s problems are not ending since corona crisis started. Meanwhile, the prices of petrol and diesel are increasing everyday for the last several days.

Campaign against fuel price hike:

Rising diesel petrol prices are being opposed by many political parties of the country. With this, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has also started a campaign, in which there is an appeal to speak against the rising prices of petrol and diesel.

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Sharing a video on Twitter, Rahul Gandhi wrote that let’s join the #SpeakUpAgainstFuelHike Campaign. Under this campaign, the Congress party is going to protest against the rising prices of petrol and diesel across the country.

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All the leaders of the Congress party, the Chief Minister and all other ministers will upload video on their social media on this issue to protest the rising price of petrol and diesel. Significantly, even before this, the Congress party had done this on the issue of soldiers and China.

Prices in Delhi increased again today and now the price of petrol has been increased to Rs 80.43 per liter and the price of diesel to Rs 80.53 per liter. In Delhi, the rate of diesel has been expensive than petrol for the past several days.

On Monday, petrol prices increased by 5 paise per liter, while diesel prices increased by 13 paise per liter. So there was no change in oil prices on Sunday.

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