Presenting a report of the increase and decrease in fuel prices from the year 2014 (when the BJP came to power) to 2022 in a tweet made by the Aam Aadmi Party, it has been claimed that petrol-diesel has become expensive not cheap. .
Politics has started after the central government reduced the excise duty on petrol and diesel. The opposition parties are constantly accusing the government of fooling the public by playing with figures. In this sequence, on Sunday, the Aam Aadmi Party has attacked the central government by tweeting. Presenting the figures on behalf of the party, it has been said, “PM Modi’s masterstroke on petrol-diesel price! Increase excise duty 13 times, reduce it 5 times, then say Wah! PM Modi Wow! Oil game, someone should learn from Modi.” The Modi government trapped the public on the pretext of reducing the price.
Let us tell you that in a tweet made by the party, presenting a report of the increase and decrease in fuel prices from the year 2014 (when the BJP came to power) to 2022, it has been claimed that petrol and diesel became expensive not cheap. is. Even after the cut in excise, petrol has become costlier by Rs 10, 43 paise and diesel by Rs 12, 24 paise. In such a situation, the government is cheating the public by playing with figures. Let us tell you that earlier the Congress had also accused the government of playing statistics. Union Minister Nirmala Sitharaman retaliated on this.
of PM Modi #PetrolDieselPrice Masterstroke on!
Increase Excise Duty 13 times, decrease it 5 times, then say “Wow! Modi ji wow!” pic.twitter.com/VLCqfK4xcD
— AAP (@AamAadmiParty) May 22, 2022
In several tweets one after the other, he explained to the opposition that the state government has nothing to do with the reduction of excise duty on fuel. At the same time, it was also told that the UPA government could not do as much work in eight years as the NDA government has done in 10 years.
He said in his tweet, “Basic Excise Duty (BED), Special Additional Excise Duty (SAED), Road and Infrastructure Cess (RIC) and Agriculture and Infrastructure Development Cess (AIDC) together make up the excise duty on petrol and diesel. Basic ED is shared with the states. Whereas SAED, RIC and AIDC are not shared.”
The minister said, “The reduction in excise duty of ₹8/litre on petrol and ₹6/litre on diesel, which is effective from today, has been done completely in Road and Infrastructure Cess (RIC). Not only this, petrol in November 2021 Final excise duty reduction of ₹5/litre in diesel and ₹10/litre in diesel was also done completely in RIC. The original ED which is shared with the states has not been touched. Hence, these two duties The entire burden of cutting decisions is being borne by the Centre.”
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