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LPG price hike: Gas cylinder up by Rs 250, check new rates in your city

The oil manufacturing companies on Friday increased the price of commercial LPG cylinders, effective from April 1, 2022. Check latest rates here.

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Following a ten-day jump in the price of petrol and diesel, the common man is hit with yet another shock. The oil manufacturing companies on Friday increased the price of commercial LPG cylinders, effective from April 1, 2022.

The cost of a 19-kg gas cylinder price has been hiked by over Rs 250 and has climbed to Rs 2,253 in Delhi on Friday. On March 1, the price of a 19 kg commercial cylinder was raised by Rs 105, and on March 22, it was, however, decreased by Rs 9.

Domestic LPG cylinder rates, on the other hand, remained constant. In Delhi, a 14.2-kg non-subsidized LPG cylinder now costs Rs 949.50. A 19-kg commercial gas cylinder costs Rs 2,205 in Mumbai. Commercial LPG costs Rs 2,351 in Kolkata, while a 19-kg cylinder costs Rs 2,406 in Chennai.

The costs of petrol, diesel, and LPG have been steadily increasing since the assembly elections in five states. The price of a subsidized domestic LPG cylinder increased by Rs 50 on March 22. Earlier, the price of domestic LPG cylinders remained unchanged after October 6, 2021. The oil companies revised the prices of LPG on March 22 after a four-and-a-half-month hiatus.

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LPG Cylinder rate is revised monthly for all the states and union territories in the country.

Who all are affected by this hike?

Restaurants, eateries, tea stalls, and others constitute the largest user segment of the 19 kg cylinder. This means that the food at restaurants is expected to get expensive. If you are ordering food from the delivery apps, then you must get ready to pay the extra price of your favourite dish.

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Punjab Police lathicharge on farmers protesting outside Bhagwant Mann’s residence

Sangrur superintendent of police Manpreet Singh was spotted hitting the farmers in the video.

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Lathicharge on farmers

The Punjab Police on Wednesday lathi-charged farmers protesting outside Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann’s residence in Sangrur.

Reports said farmers organised the protest and demanded an increase in minimum daily wages to Rs 700 under the Mahatama Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act 2005. The farmers also demanded the implementation of five-marla plot schemes for Dalits and allotment of the third part of common panchayat land on lease to Dalits.

The video of the Sangrur Police lathi charging farmers is doing rounds on the internet. Following the protest, Sangrur superintendent of police Manpreet Singh was spotted hitting the farmers in the video. He was also seen ordering other cops to lathi charge in the video.

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Reports further said eight other labour unions have joined the Sanjha Mazdoor Morcha in organising the protest that started near the Patiala-Bathinda road.

Zameen Prapti Sangharsh Committee president Mukesh Malaud said the protest was followed after CM Bhagwant Mann refused to meet them after scheduling the meeting.

Reports said the farmers also demanded compensation for the death of their cattle due to lumpy skin disease, the release of reimbursement for their damaged crops, and the cancellation of FIRs for burning crop residue.

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Lucknow: IPS officer’s farm house manager found hanging, its caretaker was strangled dead 10 years ago

A note was found in the pocket of the deceased, although what was written in it, the police are yet to disclose.

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Lucknow: IPS officer's farm house manager found hanging, its caretaker was strangled dead 10 years ago

Panic gripped the area after the dead body of the manager of an IPS officer’s farm house was found hanging from a tree in the farm house compound in Lucknow.

The deceased has been identified as Vijay Maurya and he was working in the farm house of DG Home Guard BK Maurya for 10 years. The family has accused of murder. In this farm house built in 50 bighas, even 10 years ago, a caretaker was killed by slitting his throat. The incident is of Mal police station area of ​​Uttar Pradesh’s capital city.

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A crowd gathered on the spot after the dead body of a youth was found in Malihabad, Lucknow.

The body of 28-year-old Vijay was found hanging from a tree in the farm house with the a plastic rope. When the villagers saw the dead body, they informed the family and the police. Police along with the forensic team reached the spot. The dead body was brought down and sent for postmortem. A note was found in the pocket of the deceased, although what was written in it, the police are yet to disclose.

Man was working in farm house for 10 years

The deceased, Vijay, was married and was a resident of Gulawali village, about two kilometers away from the farm house. He is survived by his wife and two daughters. The police said that on Tuesday itself, Vijay had gone to Saspan village with five of his friends. He was last spotted here by the villagers.

Police said – a case of love affair

SHO of Mal police station Praveen Kumar has said that the case of Vijay’s death is related to a love affair. He added that the manager of the farm house had an affair with a woman. Postmortem has confirmed death by strangulation i.e. suicide. There are no external injury marks on the body. The family has not yet given a complaint in the matter. The Police are investigating.

Family alleges murder

However, the kin of the deceased say that the dead body was hanged from the tree after killing. His mother Ramkali and wife Preeti Maurya are activists of the India Plan. Vijay has 2 daughters. Elder daughter Tanishka is 6 years old and younger daughter is 8 months old.

IPS officer had bought the farm house 20 years ago

DG Home Guard BK Maurya owns this farm and had bought 50 bighas of land about 20 years ago. Vijay was looking after the farm for 10 years. The villagers told the police that even a year ago, an attempt was made to kill Vijay by poisoning him. However, no information has been received about this from the police or family members.

No clue of the murder that happened 10 years ago

IPS BK Maurya also reached the farm house on the information of the incident. DG told the police that 10 years ago, Ashok Kumar Maurya, who was taking care of his farm house, was murdered by slitting his throat, but till now the clue of the murder has not been found. Now Vijay has died mysteriously. It was necessary to unearth the murder, he added.

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Haryana woman celebrates Rs 21 lakh power bill by distributing sweets and playing band

Suman, aggrieved by the large sum of bill, went to the Panipat electricity department office and distributed the sweets in celebration of being forced to sell off her flat due to pay of the electricity.

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Haryana woman receives 21 lakh power bill

An incident has come to light from Haryana’s Panipat where an elderly woman received a power bill of Rs 21 Lakh. Frustrated by the bill, the woman visited the power department to protest in a unique way by distributed sweets and playing a band. The woman

According to reports, the elderly woman also ordered a band team to play instruments to announce a Rs 21 lakh electricity bill. The 65 year-old-woman, a resident of 2 room flat in Sant Nagar has told the media that she would have to sell off her house to pay off the power bill.

Suman, aggrieved by the large sum of bill, went to the Panipat electricity department office and distributed the sweets in celebration of being forced to sell off her flat due to pay of the electricity. 60-year-old Suman is a factory worker and is the only habitant in the 2-room flat.

However, it is not the first time that Suman had received such an arbitrary bill as she previously faced a similar situation back in 2019 even though she had priorly cleared the dues. The power department despite her clearing out her dues have been adding late fee charges.

The reports also suggest that after the reader instrument was checked a reading of 99 thousand even though it is impossible for one house to get such a high reading.

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Another incident

Another incident from west Bengal’s Bankura District came to the fore where a man, frustrated by the authorities in failing to correct his name in ration card, barked like a dog in front of an government official. According to reports the man had applied for correction in his name, however, to his surprise the man’s name surname Dutta was replaced with Kutta (dog) which led to him taking such drastic measures. The man was identified as Srikanti Dutta.

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