DNP Desk: People are protesting against the BJP government at the Center in many parts of the country regarding the rising price of petrol and diesel. Meanwhile, the Prime Minister of the country Narendra Modi has held a meeting. It is being told that the CEOs of the world’s major oil and gas companies attended this meeting. However, it is expected that after this meeting a concrete solution will be found to bring down the prices of fuel. According to the information received, Reliance Industries Chairman and Managing Director Mukesh Ambani, Rosneft (Russia) President and CEO Dr. Igor Sechin and Saudi Aramco Chairman and CEO Amin Nassar, among others, participated in this meeting. Earlier, information about this meeting of Prime Minister Narendra Modi was received by Tarun Kapoor, Secretary, Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas. While meeting the information before the meeting, he had said that in the roundtable meeting with PM Modi, the CEO of every oil and energy company would be given 3 minutes to speak. After that the Prime Minister will give his views.
Let us tell you that after the meeting, a statement was issued by the PMO saying that during this meeting PM Modi invited the CEO to partner with India in the development of oil and gas sector in India. He said that the goal is to make India self-reliant in this field. The focus has shifted to more production than revenue.
Let us inform that earlier, regarding this meeting of PM, the PMO had issued a statement saying that this is the sixth such annual conversation, which started in 2016. It consists of global leaders in the oil and gas sector, who deliberate on key issues in the sector and explore potential areas of cooperation and investment with India.
It is worth noting that once again the prices of petrol and diesel have increased on Wednesday. Already petrol has crossed the 100 mark, now it has reached 106, today 35 paise per liter has been increased on petrol and diesel, due to which it has reached its record high. Explain that Indian petroleum companies have increased the prices of petrol and diesel by 35 paise from October 20. According to the list released by public fuel marketing companies, petrol has now reached the highest price of Rs 106.19 per liter in the country’s capital Delhi and Rs 112.11 per liter in the country’s financial capital Mumbai. Talking about diesel, in Delhi, diesel is being sold at Rs 94.92 per liter, while in Mumbai, diesel is being sold at Rs 102.89 per liter after crossing the 100 mark.
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