Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has called a meeting at the official residence of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath at 5.30 pm on Thursday. According to the information available, the meeting will discuss the VAT imposed on petrol and diesel in the state. The general public may decide to reduce the cost of petrol and diesel when the VAT cuts at the meeting. It is noteworthy that petrol is currently selling more than Rs 100 in the state and diesel is nearing the century mark. With the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections scheduled for next year, the Yogi government may offer some relief to the people of the state by cutting the VAT rate.

If we look at the price of petrol in Uttar Pradesh on Thursday, it is selling at Rs 105 per liter and diesel at Rs 97.48 per liter. If the government cuts the VAT rate, the price of diesel petrol could fall slightly. On the other hand, Union Petroleum Minister Hardeep Singh Puri on Tuesday said the government was trying to reduce the price of petrol and diesel. He said the government was in talks with Saudi Arabia, the Gulf countries and Russia.

Concern and black marketing

Officials of the Department of Finance are also expected to attend a meeting at the Chief Minister’s residence today. According to the information available, important decisions can be taken to prevent concerns and block marketing. During the festivities, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath can issue further instructions to the authorities on all things like price rise of edible oils and reduction in prices of vegetables. The CM also informed the officials on the issue of diesel, petrol prices and inflation at Team 09 meeting this morning.

Petrol costs Rs 150 per liter

On the other hand, according to experts, the price of petrol will be Rs 150 per liter in several states in the next few days. Can become. In fact, as the price of crude oil continues to rise in the global market, the prospects for a drop in oil prices are also decreasing. In the case of Madhya Pradesh, the price of petrol in Anuppur district crosses Rs 120 per liter and diesel prices reach Rs 110 per liter.