Dear Editor,From last few months there is a regular hike in prices of petrol, diesel and cooking gas cylinder. It’s a limit now with fuel prices reached a new all-time high as petrol was sold at Rs 90.01 and diesel at Rs 87.40 in the market after rates were hiked recently. Already due to COVID, common man is suffering a lot. Some are unemployed, some are working on half salaries and additional burden of rise in fuel prices is becoming unbearable for public and is another slap on people’s face.Petrol/ Diesel has become an indispensable part of our day-to-day life, and we can’t imagine our life without it. But the petrol prices are sky-rocketing, and it is eventually going to affect each and everything that we use in our daily life. Price hike affects only the low wages or fixed salaried middle class families as compared to higher wages salaried class. Due to increase in prices of petrol and diesel there has been increase in prices of fares of vehicles causing a lot of problems for common man and poor people who have to travel daily for work. How are we going to survive? We are already working on less salaries and hike in public transport fares and petrol rate is making things difficult for us.The increase in price of petrol and diesel directly affects common man making situation miserable for him. Due to increase in the prices of petrol and diesel there has been rapid increase in the prices of the food products and other essential commodities. The middle class sections of the society is the worst affected. We work hard to earn money and if the prices of the essential commodities rise than life would become very hard for we people. How will we run our families and manage daily chores?It becomes almost impossible to bear expenses with such hike in almost every essential commodity. This hike in cooking gas cylinder is making life miserable. Cooking oil, vegetables, fruits rates are sky-rocketing. I do not understand what the Government is doing? Why making life so difficult for us?On one hand, it claims to bring a change and the so called Acchey Din and on the other hand such huge hike in the prices of daily needs. Is this some kind of mockery?Through your esteemed daily, I would like to appeal to the government to take action to control sky high prices of commodities, especially petrol and LPG so that we too can live life comfortably.Shatrughan Jamwal,Panjthirthi
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