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Get Your Fuel Tanks Filled As Modi Govt’s Election Offer To End Soon: Rahul Gandhi

| Updated: March 6, 2022 09:13

In his new jibe at the central government over fuel prices, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi took to Twitter and advised people to fill up their fuel tanks predicting the hike in fuel price as the state assembly polls are about to be concluded.  

The tweet by the Congress leader in Hindi read, “Get your petrol tank filled immediately, (as) Modi government’s ‘election’ offer is about to end.” (fataafat petrol tank full karva lijiye, Modi Sarkar ki ‘chunaavi’ offer khatam hone jaa rahi hain).

A total of five states in the country went on the polls from February 10. The seventh and final phase of the legislative assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh will take place on Monday, March 06. The results of assembly elections in poll-bound states – Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Uttarakhand, Goa and Manipur will be declared together on March 10.

Also, due to the ongoing conflict between Ukraine and Russia, the International crude oil prices have risen to $ 110 per barrel, which is the highest since mid-2014. With this, the domestic prices of petrol and diesel prices will certainly be hiked as India imports around 85 per cent of its oil needs.

According to the Petroleum Planning and Analysis Cell (PPAC) of the oil ministry, the basket of crude oil India purchases soared above $102 a barrel on March 01 – the highest since August 2014. The average price of the same crude oil was about $ 81.5 per barrel in November 2021.  

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