The rate of petrol price in Rajasthan increased a bit on Friday. It cost Rs. 3.80 per litre a day, compared to yesterday’s rate of Rs. 3.73 per litre, indicating that the government is not satisfied with the prevailing rate of supply in the state.
The government has been trying to figure out how to make petrol prices higher. In the recent years, the government has been trying to figure out how to get people to pay that cheap petrol price (up to Rs. 27.15 per litre a week) to make sure that the prices of petrol are not going to drop.
In recent weeks, the government has been trying to figure out how to lower the price of petrol in the state. The state government was planning to introduce a special package for the people of Rajasthan which was supposed to be a new scheme that would help to reduce the cost of petrol in the state. But that plan did not go ahead.
I guess the way to reduce prices in Rajasthan is to stop the inflation. But it seems that the government is not really concerned about how much petrol people are asking for. I think that if you are going to reduce the petrol prices, you should make it as easy as possible for people to buy it. The government should not just put a price on petrol, they should make it compulsory.
You can make petrol free, or you can make it compulsory. Personally, I think the latter makes most sense. But there is a catch. The oil companies will not be able to advertise a price as low as the price of petrol. To make it all the easier for them to sell, the government should require them to advertise a price as low as the price of petrol.
Right now the government has to set the price of petrol by the government. So if the government wants to set a price, they can use the government as an intermediary. For example, when the government decided to set the price of petrol, they said it would be between Rs. 150 and Rs. 200. Now, if the government wants to make petrol free, and therefore cheaper, they would need to make the government the intermediary for the people to buy it.
The petrol price is something that most people can’t afford. Even people who are rich can’t afford to buy petrol. In fact, most people cannot afford to buy gas at all. Gas prices can be as high as Rs. 3000 a litre. In fact, most people cannot afford to buy a litre of gas at all.
This is because they cannot afford to spend the money to buy petrol. This is why most people can’t afford to buy gas. Most people cannot afford to buy petrol because they are so poor that they cannot even pay for the basic necessities like food, shelter or fuel. This is why most people cannot afford to buy petrol.
The average Indian needs to spend a minimum of Rs. 500 for every rupee of the monthly minimum wage. If a person spends less than this, he will not be able to buy the basic necessities. This is because they are not able to spend the minimum wage of Rs. 500 a month to buy basic necessities. And this is why most people cannot afford to buy petrol.
The people who live in Rajasthan have some of the lowest levels of literacy in the country, and this contributes to many of the problems with the economy. And the state has also made it a crime to be illiterate, which is why it has been estimated that the number of illiterate people in the state is more than a million.