On Wednesday, the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) increased the liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) price by Rs3 per kilogram to Rs113 for October.
According to the notification issued by OGRA, the price of the domestic cylinder (11.8 kg) has been increased by Rs34 and increased Rs130 for the commercial cylinder. The new prices will come into effect from October 1st.
The previous rate of LPG per kg was Rs110.
It should be mentioned here that OGRA had earlier increased the price of LPG by Rs1.5 per kg to Rs117 on August 31st for the month of September.
n a statement released by OGRA officials the domestic price of the LPG cylinder had been increased by Rs 19 bringing the price now set at Rs.1382 per cylinder.
In a statement released by the finance ministry, the government had decided that prices for petrol and other petroleum-based products, that were set for August, would be the same during September.
According to the announcement the price of petrol was to remain unchanged at Rs 103.97 per liter, while high-speed diesel would remain unchanged at Rs 106.46 per liter. Kerosene would remain at Rs 65.29 per liter while light diesel would remain at Rs 62.86 per liter.