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“Modi hai to mumkin hai”: Congress on rising petrol prices

In a statement, Tiwari here said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi's statement that the petrol and diesel prices were increasing due to the mistake of the previous central governments, is like putting salt on burns and he wants to put the blame of his failure on other's head.

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Prayagraj: Stating that the huge spike in petrol and diesel prices was shameful, senior Congress leader and Uttar Pradesh In-charge Pramod Tiwari on Thursday said, “Modi hai to mumkin hai.”

In a statement, Tiwari here said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s statement that the petrol and diesel prices were increasing due to the mistake of the previous central governments, is like putting salt on burns and he wants to put the blame of his failure on other’s head.

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He said that the former Congress government, sold petrol at Rs 60-65 and diesel at Rs 50 after buying crude oil for 140 dollars per barrel, but in the tenure of the Modi government, which is buying crude oil for 60.21 dollar per barrel which is two and a half times less, petrol is being sold for Rs 100 and diesel between Rs 87-88 per litre.

The Congress leader urged Prime Minister Modi to halve the tax of the Union and state government, adding that if the tax of the Union and the state government is halved, the common people will get a relief of about Rs 30.

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