Petrol and Diesel prices hit century in India yet again; netizens say, 'humko zinda mat chhodo'

written by Rajan Nath | March 30, 2022

Petrol and Diesel Prices in India memes: Soon after Assembly elections 2022 concluded in 5 states, the Union Government has started increasing the petrol and diesel prices across India and people are struggling. Meanwhile, the netizens are sharing several memes on Twitter to express how they are feeling these days.

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In the last 9 days, the petrol and diesel prices have been hiked 8 times. Fuel prices witnessed yet another hike of 80 paise per litre on Wednesday. With this, the fuel prices in India witnessed a hike of about Rs 5.60 a litre in nine days so far.

In Delhi, petrol is at Rs 101.01 per litre, while diesel is being sold at Rs 92.27 per litre. In Mumbai, the petrol and diesel prices have been increased by Rs 84 paise and 85 paise per litre, respectively, which takes the current price to Rs 115.88 and Rs 100.10 per litre.

Here are some memes on current petrol and diesel prices in India:

Petrol and Diesel Prices hit century in India yet again; netizens say, 'humko zinda mat chhodo' Image Source: Twitter

Petrol and Diesel Prices hit century in India yet again; netizens say, 'humko zinda mat chhodo' Image Source: Twitter

Petrol and Diesel Prices hit century in India yet again; netizens say, 'humko zinda mat chhodo' Image Source: Twitter

Petrol and Diesel Prices hit century in India yet again; netizens say, 'humko zinda mat chhodo' Image Source: Twitter

Petrol and Diesel Prices hit century in India yet again; netizens say, 'humko zinda mat chhodo' Image Source: Twitter

Petrol and Diesel Prices hit century in India yet again; netizens say, 'humko zinda mat chhodo' Image Source: Twitter

It is not the first time that fuel prices have hit the century. It's kind of deja vu. Earlier in 2021, the Union Government had lost the West Bengal elections after which the fuel prices witnessed a massive rally of price hikes.

Later, the government had reduced the VAT on fuel prices ahead of the Assembly elections 2022 in 5 states. Soon after the result was declared on March 10, the fuel prices started increasing yet again.

The petrol and diesel prices have crossed Rs 100 mark in several parts of India.

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