Saath Nibhana Saathiya 2

Saath Nibhana Saathiya 2 23rd February 2021 Written Episode, Written Update on

Congress President Sonia Gandhi has written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi regarding the rising fuel prices. They have said that prices are historical and impractical. Increased fuel prices should be taken back and its benefits should be extended to our middle and salaried class, farmers and poor. Sonia Gandhi said that as GDP dips and fuel prices are increasing randomly, the government is beginning to shed its economic mismanagement on the previous governments. The Congress president has alleged that the government is profiteering by increasing people’s suffering.

Congress President Sonia Gandhi wrote in the beginning of the letter, “I am writing this letter to make you aware of the deep pain and crisis that has arisen for every citizen with skyrocketing oil and cooking gas prices.” On the one hand, employment in India is ending, the salaries of the employees are being reduced and the household income is continuously decreasing. Rapid inflation and the unprecedented rise in the prices of household goods and every essential item have made these challenges more serious. It is a matter of regret that even in this time of crisis, the Government of India is profiteering by increasing the suffering and suffering of the people instead of removing them.

Congress Chief Sonia Gandhi writes to PM Narendra Modi over rising fuel prices. “I urge you to roll back these increases and pass on the benefit to our middle & salaried class, our farmers & poor and our fellow citizens,” she writes.

– ANI (@ANI) February 21, 2021
He further said that fuel prices are at historically the maximum height, which is totally impractical. It is a fact that in many parts of the country, the price of petrol is Rs 100. Per liter have also been exceeded. The ever-increasing prices of diesel have added to the worries of crores of farmers. All the citizens of the country are upset that this increase is being made at a time when the international oil prices are at a moderate level. The right thing is that these prices of crude oil are almost half of the tenure of the UPA government.

Sonia Gandhi raised the question and asked that I do not understand how any government can justify such inattentive and insensitive measures taken at the cost of the people. Your government has increased the excise duty on diesel by 820 percent and petrol by 258 percent and collected tax of over Rs 21 lakh crore in the last six and a half years. The people of the country did not get any benefit from this profiteering in the form of taxes on fuel prices.

Please tell that today is the 13th day relief in the prices of petrol and diesel. Today there has been no increase in prices. On Saturday, petrol in Delhi went up by 39 paise to Rs 90.58 per liter. Diesel also jumped 37 paise to Rs 80.97 per liter. Today, the rate of petrol in Delhi is Rs 90.58 and the price of diesel is Rs 80.97.


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