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Once again the price of petrol has gone up! In the war raged between inflation and the Indian Government, the former seemed to won as the price of petrol and fuel witnessed a rise. An increase in diesel/fuel price is also bound to push up prices of most essential items since it is the main transportation fuel. Comments pl.

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Asked by INDU, 13 May '11 09:16 am
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This would adversely impact food inflation, that somehow refuses to come down. The poor people cannot afford to buy the commodities with high price. Most of the time the black marketing increases the price of the commodities and hence the people have to buy them in high price. This is a major and serious problem. No matter how much the media debates and discusses, no matter how the political parties agitate, yet it will be the common man who will be the sufferers. The reason for all this is apparently corruption at beach level. While the political groups are following a divide and rule policy passing various reservation bills it is not taking into notice the already unbelivable increase in the prices. Something needs to be done. A spoke person from the UPA government is saying that as the price of petrol is hiked, it will not affect the common people; because common man doesnt drive a car. But this spoke person should know that the price of petrol is related to all the essential commod ...more
Answered by sumati gayki, 13 May '11 09:22 am

 
  
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Probably now one has to ask for converting vehicles on gas ,
Answered by vilas manohar deshpande, 21 May '11 01:16 pm

 
  
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Stage has come where Central ( Union ) government of Bharat has to seriously push for use of non conventional energy . A day may come again where we have to use steam engine locomotives.
Answered by bradma, 13 May '11 09:25 am

 
  
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Yes,we have no say
Answered by anil garg, 08 Mar '13 01:55 am

 
  
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