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Smriti Irani’s video went viral again as LPG prices increased, Congress shared it, wrote – ‘Looking for the missing…’

The price of LPG (LPG) was increased by Rs 50 per cylinder on Wednesday. This increase has taken place after about eight months in the prices of LPG. The price of LPG in Delhi has been increased from Rs 1,053 to Rs 1,103 per cylinder (14.2 kg). This is the first increase after July, 2022. After this increase in the prices of cooking gas, Union Minister Smriti Irani has once again come into the limelight. Actually, a tweet of Irani from the year 2011 is going viral on social media. During this, she targeted the Congress government regarding the rising prices of LPG and she sat on the road with a cylinder. He had said in one of his tweets on June 24, 2011, ‘Increase of Rs.50 in LPG! They say that the government of the common man. What a shame.’

Will Irani hit the road even today – Congress

The opposition has criticized the government for increasing the prices of domestic LPG before Holi. Congress has taunted Smriti Irani after the hike in LPG prices. He tweeted sharing an old picture of Irani. It was written in it, ‘When the price of LPG cylinder was less than 400 rupees, then Smriti Irani sat on the road with the cylinder. Today the price of a cylinder has crossed Rs 1,100, will it hit the road even today?

‘Looking for the missing…’

Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge said in a tweet that inflation in the Narendra Modi government is breaking the back of the common man. Congress leader Srinivas Biwi has shared a video. In the caption of this video, he wrote, ‘Looking for the missing.’

At the same time, Priyanka Chaturvedi of Shiv Sena-Uddhav Balasaheb Thackeray said that this is the Holi gift given by the Modi government.