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Rising fuel prices: CITU targets Centre

Due to the unbridled rise in prices of petroleum products, An increase in fuel prices has affected not only those who have their own vehicle but also those who don’t own one

At the same time, the price of CNG gas is slowly going out of reach. The government of the country has no control in this situation.

The present central Government has pushed the people of the country into a chaotic situation.

The Government has increased the price of Piped Natural Gas (PNG) and Compressed Natural Gas (CNG). CNG price in West district has increased by Rs 8 with this the price stands at Rs 68 per kg while in other districts Rs 9 has increased. Pipeline was in houses was Rs 28 per unit and now Rs 33 per unit.

This is how CITU leader Manik Dey expressed his views at the central government at a press conference held at the CITU office on Sunday.

He said that due to lack of work and food, the condition of the people of this state has gone astray and a government like this can never continue.


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