Fuel prices have been hiked yet again. In the past month, the fuel prices have been raised for the 16th time and there seems to be no end to it.
#Petrol price crosses Rs 95 a litre in Delhi, diesel breaches Rs 86 per litre mark for first time ever as fuel prices hiked again. Petrol is now above Rs 100 per litre mark in six states and union territories.— Press Trust of India (@PTI_News) June 6, 2021
While the petrol price is ₹95 per litre in Delhi, it has crossed the 100 mark in 6 states and union territories, including Mumbai. In Mumbai, petrol price has crossed ₹101 per litre and diesel has gone up to ₹93.64 per litre.
It goes without saying, netizens aren't too pleased with the constant hike in fuel prices.
Petrol price rise - 'big reason to worry' pic.twitter.com/HnVF3BhWyH— SwatKat💃 (@swatic12) June 5, 2021
1990 - Sachin Paaji's 1st international century— 90's Kid 🇮🇳 (@thalapathy9593) June 7, 2021
2021 - Fuel price hits 1st century in #Kerala #lockdown #mondaythoughts #RahulGandhi #Your_Choice #AjithKumar #ThalapathyVijay #PetrolPriceHike #PetrolDieselPriceHike #FloydvsLogan #canceluniversityexams #mondaythoughts #Petrol pic.twitter.com/v97il25K4m
*Every One Busy About Petrol Price*— R.S.R 🆕 (@Rishiicasm2) June 6, 2021
Mustard Oil In The Corner : pic.twitter.com/3aGJZV5ezW
If a child does not work hard....he resorts to cheating to pass exam.— Sudhirkaveri (@Lonavalachikki) June 6, 2021
Same case with govt. https://t.co/0A2NKqzMVf
Achhe din! The one h in achhe is missing though! https://t.co/XkXb7UdGQK— Krishnan Iyer (@KrishIy3r) June 6, 2021
Petrol already crossed 101 in mumbai. https://t.co/zBWbyRBjFC— Ninad Gavankar IYC (@ninadgavankar) June 6, 2021
#PetrolOnLoan— @HJ (@IamtheHJ) June 7, 2021
Though I m BJP voter but not a "ANDHBHAKT"...... At the time of NDA government Crude was $140 and the petrol price reached ₹80 and BJP then in opposition did " Desh Vyapi Dharna"... Now BJP is in charge. Crude is $75 but the petrol reached ₹102.. हे राम! pic.twitter.com/OujpKdwiL4
Amitabh Bachchan said “This is my new Rolls-Royce” after Petrol price rise. pic.twitter.com/u8gbqUPSNn— irfan (@simplyirfan) June 7, 2021
While our country is trying to get back on its feet after the devastating effects of the second Covid wave, India's economic growth for 2020-21 stands at -7.3% which is the lowest in 4 decades.