Prices of everyday items like petrol, diesel, vegetables, cooking gas, milk have started increasing. The huge increase in the prices of petrol, diesel and LPG has broken the back of the people for some time, but the Modi government is completely oblivious to it. People have been troubled for the last two years after the corona virus came in the grip. Especially not beyond financial troubles. It is like a bandage on top of unbearable inflation. With the increase in the price of petrol and diesel, the prices of all the commodities are touching the sky. At that time the price of CNG gas also increased.

CNG price hike due to Charotar gas

After Gujarat Gas, Charotar Gas has increased the prices of CNG gas in Anand. The price of CNG has been increased by Rs 2 to Rs 79 per kg. Due to the continuous increase in gas prices, the minimum fare for a rickshaw has increased from Rs. Commuters are facing problems due to hike in rickshaw fares.

Gujarat Gas has also increased the price of CNG by Rs 6.45. As a result, the CNG price of Gujarat Gas has increased from Rs 70.53 to Rs 76.98. The new prices were implemented in CNG from the midnight of April 5-6. Looking at the last six price hikes, the price of Gujarat gas on 1st September 2021 was Rs 54.45.

It rose by Rs 3.65 to Rs 58.10 on October 5. The price rose by Rs 2.68 to Rs 60.78 on October 15. After which on 01 November with a price increase of Rs. reached 65.74. After that the price increased by Rs 4.79 to Rs 70.53 on 22 March 2022. And now on Wednesday midnight, with a further increase of Rs 6.45, the price reached Rs 76.98, creating an unbearable situation for the drivers.

Talking about Ahmedabad, before April 1, the price of Adani CNG in Ahmedabad was Rs 74.59. Which has increased to Rs 79.59.