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Here’s How Twitter Users Reacted To Rising Fuel Prices

Here’s How Twitter Users Reacted To Rising Fuel Prices

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The increase in the prices of petrol and diesel to a three-year high despite the decrease in the crude oil prices in the international markets have raised a concern among Indians. Meanwhile, Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said:

“Fuel prices may come down by Diwali festival.”

Anyhow, Twitter users have already been started taking a dig on fuel prices. Some express their mercy, some anger and some sense of humour. Check out:

Government Is Following The Cycle

Here’s How Twitter Users Reacted To Rising Fuel Prices

“Modern Quit India Movement”

Here’s How Twitter Users Reacted To Rising Fuel Prices

Throwback #Smriti Irani

Here’s How Twitter Users Reacted To Rising Fuel Prices

Even The CM Can’t Afford Petrol

Here’s How Twitter Users Reacted To Rising Fuel Prices

Birthday Wishes To PM Modi

Here’s How Twitter Users Reacted To Rising Fuel Prices

God Bless That Monk

Here’s How Twitter Users Reacted To Rising Fuel Prices

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Here’s How Twitter Users Reacted To Rising Fuel Prices

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Here’s How Twitter Users Reacted To Rising Fuel Prices

Both centre and state governments have increased the value-added tax and excise duties despite the downfall in the crude oil prices. Indian consumers of petrol and diesel are paying about double the global rate.

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