Pradhan said in the context of oil producing countries, you cannot increase prices because it affects the importing countries. Due to inclement weather, production in the US has slowed down in the last two-three weeks.
Dharmendra Pradhan (File photo)
The ever-increasing prices of petrol and diesel were controlled or not controlled. But Rajniti is at its peak. If the opposition is blaming the government, then the central government is blaming the state government. But in the meantime, a statement has come from Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan which is very alert. On the rising prices of petrol and diesel, Dharmendra Pradhan says that the prices of diesel and petrol have increased due to winter, this happens in winter. Now the winters are over, then the prices will become cheaper.
This statement was given by Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan to the news agency ANI during a conversation. Pradhan said that in the international market, customers have been affected due to petroleum products. If winters are ending, then prices will also fall. In winter, prices have skyrocketed due to increasing demand. Now the prices will be lower.
US oil production slows due to bad weather
Pradhan said in the context of oil producing countries, you cannot increase prices because it affects the importing countries. Due to inclement weather, production in the US has slowed down in the last two-three weeks. The minister said that he hopes to improve the situation in a few days. Earlier, Dharmendra Pradhan had said a few days ago that his ministry is constantly requesting the GST Council to include petroleum products within its purview, as it would benefit the people.
Petrol and diesel prices may be halved
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has also given some similar signs. If the GST Council executes the suggestions of the Petroleum Minister, then the prices of petrol and diesel in the country will be halved. He told that in Rajasthan and Maharashtra, the major share of tax goes to the state government. He was pointing to the fact that the Congress is in power in Rajasthan and the Congress is in power in Maharashtra. That is, Sonia Gandhi should talk to these state governments first, then go and write a letter.
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