Bengaluru on Friday became the third metro city in the country to see petrol price cross Rs 100 per litre mark after fuel prices were raised yet again.
Petrol & diesel will become cheaper by Rs 5/litre with effect from midnight tonight. Similarly, the additional cess imposed on various liquor categories during last year, averaging around 25%, has also been withdrawn: Assam Finance Minister HimantaBiswa Sarma in state assembly
Riot was planned. Petrol bombs & stones were used in destruction of property. Over 300 vehicles were burnt. We have suspects but can only confirm after investigation. We will do asset recovery from rioters like in Uttar Pradesh: CT Ravi, Karnataka Minister on Bengaluru violence
Places you can "pop" 1. To the shops 2. To the loo 3. Next door 4. Out to get some petrol 5. Down the Post Office 6. To the cash point 7. Upstairs 8. Along (but you only “might” pop along, meaning you won’t)
If the government is so desperate for revenue, instead of taxing our petrol & diesel at 32 rupees a litre, couldn’t they make much more money imposing GST on the rising purchase price of MLAs?
Central Government has increased excise duties by Rs 10 per litre on petrol and Rs 13 per litre on diesel. Retail sale prices of petrol and diesel will, however, not change on account of this increase in duties. These duty rate changes shall come into effect from 6th May, 2020.
Kapil Mishra, BJP: No question is being asked to people who are talking about dividing country or those on whose terrace petrol bombs were found. But someone who only requested for road to be cleared as it was causing inconvenience to 35 lakh people is being called a terrorist.