'People Don't Care About Fuel Price Hike': Kerala BJP Chief Says Petrol was Dearer During UPA Rule

The BJP's Kerala unit president K Surendran on Tuesday guaranteed people in general couldn't care less about the ascent in fuel costs and it won't influence the nearby body surveys in the state. Petroleum and diesel costs rose for the 6th day straight on Monday as rates went up by 26-30 paise per liter and rates for petroleum in Delhi rose to Rs 83.71 per liter, from Rs 83.41 while diesel cost went up from Rs 73.61 to Rs 73.87 per liter. 

Surendran said it was the Congress party which gave over the value guideline position to the oil organizations. 

"The ascent in fuel costs in the nation won't influence people in general and it's anything but a factor in the election.It 

was the Congress which gave the value assurance position to the oil organizations," Surendran told columnists here. 

His remark came as the principal period of the three level nearby body surveys was being held today. 

At the point when gotten some information about his dissent against fuel value climb during the past UPA rule, by pushing his bike through the street, Surendran said "today there are others in the Opposition to take up that job." 

"I fought when I was in the Opposition.That's the means by which things work. It is anything but a serious deal. We will fight when we are in the Opposition.The public couldn't care less about the fuel costs. 

We are without giving rice, cooking gas, modest medication, kisan samman nidhi and different advantages for people in general 

furthermore, that is the reason we are winning all decisions the nation over," Surendran said. 

The BJP state boss asserted that the cost of petroleum in the nation was Rs 87 during the UPA rule and now it is 

around Rs 83. 

At the point when columnists called attention to that it was around Rs 67, Surendran excused it and said it was important for the support given by the Congress and CPI(M).


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