new Delhi. From today, IGL has made CNG and PNG prices cheaper for the third consecutive time in the country’s capital and surrounding areas. That is, it is now cheaper to drive on the road and cook at home. Delhi has become cheaper by about Rs 7 per kg in a year. While the price of PNG has fallen by more than Rs 3 per kg. Let us tell you that the prices of CNG and PNG are fixed every 6 months. These prices are fixed in the months of April and October. Let us also tell you how much price cut has been made towards IGL in October 2020.
Heavy cut in CNG prices
First of all, CNG has seen big cuts in Delhi and surrounding areas. According to the prices released by Indraprastha Gas Limited, the price of CNG in Delhi has been reduced to Rs 42.70 per kg after a reduction of Rs 1.53 per kg. At the same time, the price of CNG has been cut by Rs 1.70 per kg in Noida, Greater Noida and Ghaziabad of UP. After which the new prices in these three cities have gone up to Rs 48.38 per kg. At the same time, the price of CNG in Muzaffarnagar has come down to Rs 56.55, the new price of CNG in Karnal and Kaithal has gone up to Rs 50.68 per kg. Apart from this, the price of CNG has been increased to Rs 53.20 per kg in Rewari and Gurugram and Rs 59.80 per kg in Kanpur.
How much has CN and PNG become cheaper in the past year
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PNG prices also fall
IGL has also implemented new prices of PNG along with CNG. In the country’s capital Delhi, the price of PNG has been reduced by Rs 1.05 to Rs 27.50 per cubic meter. Whereas in Noida, Greater Noida and Ghaziabad, the price of PNG has seen a fall of one rupee. After which the price has been increased to Rs 27.45 per cubic meter in all three cities. In Karnal and Rewari, PNG has been reduced by Rs 1.05 to Rs 27.55. In Muzaffarnagar it has been increased to Rs 32.75 per cubic meter.