Rahul Gandhi on Sunday took to Twitter and hammered the Center over the unexpected decrease of Petrol and Diesel Prices in the midst of assembly polls in four states.
Previous Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Sunday hammered the Center over the unexpected decrease of Petrol and Diesel Prices in the midst of assembly polls in four pivotal states. He affirmed that the public authority has discounted fuel costs in light of the state elections.
On Wednesday, the petroleum cost was cut by 18 paise per liter and diesel by 17 paise a liter as global oil costs tumbled to the most minimal since early February.
Rahul took to Twitter, and said, "Because of the political decision, the central government has made petroleum diesel less expensive by 17/18 paise per liter. How will you manage this measure of reserve funds?" He finished his tweet with a hashtag '#FuelLootByBJP"
A month ago, Rahul had bludgeoned the Center for fuel value increase and had blamed them for 'looting' people in general. He had said, "Plunder from the general population, improvement of just 2."
On Wednesday, the Petrol cost was sliced to Rs 90.99 a liter in Delhi from Rs 91.17 per liter, as indicated by a value warning of state-possessed fuel retailers. Diesel presently comes for Rs 81.30 a liter in the public capital, down from Rs 81.47 beforehand. Rates have been diminished the nation over and shift from one state to another contingent upon the local-incidence of taxation (VAT). This is the first decrease in fuel costs in longer than a year. Costs were lastly decreased on March 16, a year ago.