New Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Subramanian Swamy on Monday said that the price of petrol should not be more than Rs. 40 per litre. He said, “Personally I believe that things like fuel price hike, farmers MSP issue should be seen at a large scale as it will affect transportation system in the country.
In my opinion, petrol should not be sold at more than Rs. 40 per litre. The owner of petrol pumps will earn profit in that as well”.
I feel that the macroeconomic price for petrol is Rs 40 and somehow the PM must ask the Petroleum Minister to think as a part of Economic Affairs Ministry& not as Petroleum minister and stop setting prices so high that people can go to the point of revolt: Subramanian Swamy, BJP pic.twitter.com/fwJ7b2lbmv— ANI (@ANI) September 10, 2018