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TMC Workers Protest Against Rising Fuel Prices

TMC Workers Protest Against Rising Fuel Prices

In view of the rising prices of petrol, diesel and LPG, protests are going on across the country. Meanwhile, on Saturday, TMC workers in West Bengal demonstrated fiercely against the central government.

TMC workers took to the road and registered their protest by burning tires at Mandirtala Bazar of Sagar assembly constituency in South-24 Parganas of West Bengal. During this, he cooked food in an earthen stove and set the bike on fire. A huge crowd of people was seen on the streets. Oil prices in the country have been increasing continuously for the last two months. The price of petrol is now more than Rs 100 per liter in almost the entire country. There was no change in the price of oil a day earlier on Friday. In view of the rising inflation, many people are registering their displeasure against the Center.

Chief Minister Mamta Banerjee targeted the Center PM Narendra Modi fiercely. He said that PM should talk about petrol, diesel, PM Care Fund in his Mann Ki Baat program. At the same time, the new oil minister Hardeepu Puri said that give me some time, I will understand and talk to you. Congress and farmers are continuously protesting from place to place regarding the rising prices of petrol and diesel. He says that the government should pay attention to this as soon as possible. He also said that rising inflation is directly affecting the pockets of the common man. In such a situation, a lot of trouble is being faced.

Petrol and diesel prices were hiked across the country on Saturday as well, but retail prices varied depending on the level of local taxes in several states. Petrol prices in all metros have now crossed Rs 100 per liter and OMC officials said that if international oil prices continue to firm up, the fuel price may rise further.

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