Mumbai: A day after the Union Budget 2021, Rajya Sabha MP Subramanian Swamy posted a picture on Twitter comparing India’s fuel prices to neighbouring Nepal and Sri Lanka.
“Petrol Rs 93 in ram’s India, Rs 53 in Sita’s Nepal and Rs 51 in Ravan’s Lanka”.
— Subramanian Swamy (@Swamy39) February 2, 2021
Apparently, Subramanian Swamy is not happy with the rising petroleum prices in the country.
Meanwhile, petrol and diesel prices in metro cities remained unchanged for the sixth consecutive day.
In Delhi and Mumbai, petrol prices are Rs 86.30 and Rs 92.86 per litre respectively. On the other hand, diesel was the highest in all four metros, at Rs 76.48 per litre in the national capital and Rs 83.30 per litre, respectively.