Ali Fazal And Vishal Dadlani Join Twitter On Jokes Related To Rising Fuel Prices

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Petrol and diesel prices have been increasing ever since. It touched a new high on Thursday and people are going crazy about this. The crude oil prices have continued to rise higher and don’t seem to drop anytime soon.

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Petrol price in Delhi climbed to Rs 81 per litre while diesel inched up to an all-time high of Rs 73.08. In Mumbai, a litre of petrol now costs Rs 88.39 and diesel is priced at Rs 77.58 per litre.

The fuel prices resumed Thursday with petrol price being hiked by 13 paise per litre and diesel by 11 paise, according to a price notification of state-owned oil marketing companies.

Here are some of the hilarious tweets. Have a look:

“Paneer to beta, kuch dinno mein itti itti thailiyo mein sonaar ki dukaan mein bikega

This famous dialogue is from the movie 3 Idiots. Do you remember? Some people can see that coming true for petrol instead.

Looks like it’s time to bid goodbye to affordable fuel. The prices of petrol and Diesel are on all-time high

Actor Ali Fazal also tweeted while he took a dig at the rising fuel prices. See his post which is a chicken joke:

Vishal Dadlani also commented on the situation writing:

Have a look at the jokes on the rising petrol prices which are all over the internet:

Delhi has the cheapest fuel rates among all metros and most state capitals because of lower taxes. Mumbai has the highest sales tax or VAT. If compared, Mumbai has the highest rate of VAT or sales tax in the country.

While crude oil rates flirted with the US $80 per barrel mark, the rupee has plunged against the dollar. The combination of the two makes imports costlier. Domestic retail prices are benchmarked to international rates of the fuel. Since mid-August, petrol price has risen by Rs 3.92 a litre and diesel by Rs 4.31.

As the fuel prices continued to go upwards, social media users mocked the government using memes and some funny oneliners. Celebrities also joined the trends to share some jokes on the rising fuel prices.

Published by Admin on 14 Sep 2018

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