Petrol and diesel prices have been rising steadily across the country, including Mumbai, for the past few days. Rising rates are cutting the pockets of the common man. Moreover, their economic situation is deteriorating. The price of cooking gas has skyrocketed along with the price of petrol-diesel. Therefore, Yuva Sena, the youth wing of Shiv Sena, has targeted the Modi government by putting up posters on petrol-diesel and gas prices in the Bandra area of Mumbai.
Yuva Sena has erected small hoardings along the roads and at petrol pumps in Bandra area. These are the good days for Yuva Sena by showing the difference between the prices of petrol-diesel and gas in 2015 and 2021 on hoardings. Such a sarcastic question has been asked. In 2015, a cylinder of cooking gas was priced at Rs 572. The price of the cylinder has gone up to Rs 719, the poster said.
The price of diesel, which was Rs 52 per liter in 2015, has gone up to Rs 88.06 in 2021. The price of petrol, which used to be Rs 64.60 per liter, has now gone up to Rs 96.62, the Yuva Sena said in a poster.
Mumbai: Yuva Sena, the youth wing of Shiv Sena puts up banners stating ‘Yahi hai acche din?’ at various petrol pumps and roadside in Bandra West pic.twitter.com/yAqMTacCZS
– ANI (@ANI) February 22, 2021
The price hike of petrol-diesel and gas has put a burden on the pockets of the common man who is suffering financially due to lockdown and corona. Is this a good day for Yuva Sena due to rising price of petrol and diesel? Asking such a question, Modi has started a poster campaign against the government. Petrol-diesel prices have skyrocketed in the country.
Petrol prices have gone up by hundreds in many places. Diesel prices have also reached Rs 90 per household. Rising petrol-diesel prices have come as a shock to ordinary citizens, with the price of cooking gas cylinders now on the rise. Opposition groups called for a halt to the protests, saying “there is a need to increase the prices of petrol and diesel.”