The prices of cooking gas cylinders were reduced on Friday, July 1. The rates of Indane gas cylinders declined by 198 in the national capital Delhi on July 1. The rate of LPG cylinders has been reduced by 182 in Kolkata, 190.50 in Mumbai, while it has been reduced by 187 in Chennai. Petroleum company Indian Oil has made rate cuts in commercial cylinders, according to a report by Live Hindustan, Livemint’s sister publication.

Whereas domestic LPG cylinder consumers have continued to face the brunt of high prices. A domestic cylinder of 14.2 kg has neither become cheap nor expensive. It is still available at the same rate as on May 19.