Commercial LPG cylinder became costlier by Rs 105 in Himachal Pradesh last month by Rs 91.50. In March, commercial consumers will have to pay Rs 2185 to get the cylinders. The prices of domestic cylinders have not increased even for the fifth consecutive month. The prices of November 2021 will be applicable in March 2022 as well. Domestic consumers will get LPG cylinder for Rs.1002. The consumers associated with the Pahal scheme will get the subsidy of Rs 31.83 back in the bank account. At the same time, packaged milk of Verka Company has become costlier by two rupees from today. The company has increased the prices of packets ranging from half a liter to six liters by Rs.
Verka’s standard half liter milk will now be available for Rs 29 instead of Rs 27. Toned milk will get Rs 27 instead of 25, DTM will get Rs 24 instead of 23 and full cream milk will get half a liter for Rs 32 instead of 30. Standard one liter milk will cost Rs 57 instead of 55, full cream one liter milk will cost Rs 63 instead of 61, standard one and a half liters will cost Rs 82 instead of 80, standard six liters will cost Rs 318 instead of 316, full cream six liters will be available for Rs 357 instead of 355. . Sushil Dogra, the operator of Verka Agency Hamirpur, said that the price of Verka has increased by Rs 2 per packet from half a liter to six liters.
Kamdhenu Sanstha Namhole of Bilaspur district of Himachal Pradesh has also increased the price of milk by Rs.2. The increased prices will be applicable from March 3. In the lower regions of the state, milk will be sold at Rs 52 per kg, while in the upper regions Shimla, Rampur, Kallu and Chandigarh, milk will be sold at Rs 54 per kg. From March 1, Verka had increased the prices of milk. After that now Kamdhenu organization Namhol has also increased the price of milk.