Congress again attacked the Modi government, said- the price of petrol and diesel is going to reach 100 rupees, Congratulates to PM
Congress on Sunday targeted the Center government on the price of petrol and diesel, saying that their prices are going to be 100 rupees and Prime Minister Narendra Modi should be complimented for this.
- Congress attack on Modi government again
- Said – Petrol, diesel prices are expected to reach 100 rupees, PM congratulates
- Abhishek Manu Singhvi targets on PM
New Delhi: Congress on Sunday targeted the Center’s government on the price of petrol and diesel and said that their prices are going to be 100 rupees and Prime Minister Narendra Modi should be complimented for this. Congress spokesperson Abhishek Manu Singhvi said that during the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government the crude oil prices in the international market had reached 130 dollars per barrel and in spite of this, petrol and diesel prices were below. But at this time when crude oil prices are around it, prices of petrol, diesel have reached the highest level so far. Singhvi also criticized the remarks of Union Minister Ramdas Athawale regarding this. He said that his remarks are “insensitive” and “unscrupulous joke” towards the people of the country.
Singhvi told reporters, “The prices of petrol and diesel are increasing fast and now it is increasing towards 100 rupees. I thank the Prime Minister for moving towards their century. It should be seen that when the price of diesel is touched by this figure. “He said, it seems that now on the petrol pump, the meter will have to be changed, as there is no three-digit meter installed yet. Petrol in the two districts of Maharashtra is selling 91-92 rupees. This situation is when the cost of crude oil is running at 68 dollars per barrel.
He said, “His (Athavale) comment is a junky joke. This is a very insensitive way of joking about rising prices. I can only criticize it. “The Union Minister of State for Social Justice, Athawale is on the target of people regarding the statements given on petrol and diesel. He had said that as a minister, the increased prices of petrol and diesel do not bother him. Although, Athawale expressed regret over his statement and said that his motive was not to hurt anyone’s feelings.