Pic: ANI New Delhi. Once again the central government has given a blow to the common man. In fact, today i.e. on July 4, once again the prices of Gas Cylinder Rates have been updated in the metropolitan cities from the country’s capital Delhi to Chennai. As always, this time too, as far as the price of domestic LPG gas cylinder is concerned, there has been no significant change in all the four metropolitan cities. But on the other hand, there has been an increase in the price of Commercial LPG Rates this time. Oil marketing companies have increased the prices of commercial LPG gas cylinders by Rs 7/cylinder. Delhi retail sale price of 19kg commercial LPG cylinder increased from Rs 1,773 to Rs 1,780 per cylinder. No change in the prices of domestic LPG cylinders. — ANI (@ANI) July 4, 2023 Yes, according to the news received, the price of 19 kg non-domestic cylinder has been increased by Rs 7/cylinder. In such a situation, now the price of 19 kg non-domestic cylinder has increased from Rs 1,773 to Rs 1,780 per cylinder in Delhi from today. However, there is some relief to the common man as there has been no change in the prices of domestic LPG cylinders. However, due to the rise in the price of commercial gas cylinders, its pressure falls on the common man somewhere. Know where and how many rates: In Delhi, the price of commercial gas cylinder has increased from Rs 7/cylinder to Rs 1,780. In the month of June, the price was Rs.1773. Commercial LPG price in Kolkata has increased by Rs 7 to Rs 1732 now. Earlier this price was Rs 1725. Commercial LPG price in Mumbai has now gone up to Rs.1,780. Earlier this rate was Rs.1773. Commercial LPG price in Chennai has increased from Rs 7/cylinder to Rs 1944 now. Earlier this rate was Rs.1937. Although this time too, no change has been seen in the price of domestic gas cylinder, the price which was paid by the people of the four metropolitan cities of the country last month, now you will have to pay the same price in the month of July. By the way, the last change in the price of domestic gas cylinder was seen in the month of March. Then the petroleum companies had increased the price of domestic LPG by Rs. On the other hand, there was a fall in the price of commercial gas cylinder. If seen in this way, after three months now an increase has been seen in the price of commercial gas cylinders. However, no change has been seen in the price of domestic LPG cylinders for the third consecutive month i.e. since March. The price of domestic gas cylinder (14.2 kg) remains at Rs 1103 even today.