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Mayawati, On Rising Prices Of Essential Items, Says “Governments Not Serious About It”

'Governments Not Serious About It': Mayawati On Rising Prices Of Essential Items

Mayawati highlighted the rising costs of important objects like petrol, diesel and cooking fuel (File)

New Delhi:

Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief Mayawati on Sunday raised issues over rising costs of important commodities and questioned that why the federal government will not be taking severe word of the difficulty that are gravely affecting folks.

“The way the prices of daily essential commodities like petrol, diesel, cooking gas and milk etc. are increasing continuously in the country, the inflation is touching skies and making people’s lives sad and stricken. Still the governments are not serious and worried about it, why? This is very sad,” she stated in an official assertion.

The BSP chief additional emphasised that it’s mandatory for the state and central governments to commit full energy and assets to successfully cope with poverty within the nation.

“In order to effectively deal with the problem of poverty, unemployment and inflation etc. everywhere in the country, it is necessary for the central and state governments to devote their full power and resources to its solution, so that the country can be taken out of the atmosphere of despair and development can be brought on the right track,” Mayawati stated.

On Saturday, the gas costs continued to soar throughout the nation and touched a file excessive within the nationwide capital with petrol retailing at Rs 100.91 per litre and diesel at Rs 89.88 per litre respectively.

In Delhi, petrol obtained costlier by 35 paise whereas diesel rose by 26 paise. Other states have additionally seen a rise within the costs of petrol and diesel. Rates have been elevated throughout the nation and differ from state to state relying on the incidence of value-added tax.

In Maharashtra’s capital metropolis Mumbai, the petrol worth is at Rs 106.93 per litre and diesel worth is at Rs 97.46 per litre.

Meanwhile, Mother Dairy hiked the costs of milk in Delhi-NCR by Rs 2 per litre and costs of LPG cylinders have elevated by Rs 140.50 in 2021.


(THIS STORY HAS NOT BEEN EDITED BY INDIA07 TEAM AND IS AUTO-GENERATED FROM A SYNDICATED FEED.)

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