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‘You must have taken free vaccine?’: Union minister Rameshwar Teli's reason for high fuel prices

‘You could have taken free vaccine?’: Union minister Rameshwar Teli’s purpose for top gas costs | Information

New Delhi: In a stunning assertion, the Union minister of state for petroleum and pure gasoline Rameswar Teli on Saturday justified the excessive worth of gas saying that Centre is paying for the vaccine and gathering the cash by levying taxes on diesel and petrol. Additional, he mentioned of the the taxes levied is calculated out then the value of gas shouldn’t be ‘that prime’. 
Gasoline costs aren’t excessive however embody the tax levied. You could’ve taken a free vaccine, the place will the cash come from? You have not paid the cash, that is the way it was collected,” Union MoS Teli informed reporters in Assam in a press release on OCtober 9.
Gasoline costs aren’t excessive however embody the tax levied. You could’ve taken a free vaccine, the place will the cash come from? You have not paid the cash, that is the way it was collected: Union MoS (Petroleum & Pure Fuel) Rameswar Teli in Assam on Oct 9 pic.twitter.com/uZZCpXdUCj
— ANI (@ANI) October 11, 2021
The minister additionally in contrast the value of packaged ingesting water with gas saying water was costlier.
“The worth of petrol shouldn’t be excessive, there may be tax concerned in it. The worth of (packaged mineral) water is increased than that of gas. The worth of petrol is Rs 40, the Assam authorities imposes Rs 28 VAT, the Petroleum Ministry imposes Rs 30, it turns into Rs 98. However if you happen to drink Himalaya water, then the price of a bottle is Rs 100. The price of water is extra, not of oil,” ANI quoted the minister.
The costs of petrol and diesel proceed to see an upward pattern for the eighth consecutive day.
On Tuesday, the petrol worth in Delhi was at Rs 104.44 per litre. In Mumbai, petrol prices Rs 110.41 a litre. The worth of diesel in Delhi is Rs 93.17 a litre whereas in Mumbai it’s Rs 101.03 per litre.
 
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