Rising Prices of Fuel - Excise Duty Cut Needed

Petrol in parts of India is touching 100 and diesel is notth of 90. Why arent we pushing the central govt in Delhi and state govt of karanataka to act on this?

How can those who lost jibs during pandemic survive like this?? more  

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We are increasing in numbers and we have limited supply chain .. This naturally will trigger higher costs and prices. What's intriguing is what commodities do we have to worry about. Its the ordinary day-to-day things which most people use every day that bring misery when the prices of such goods go up. The Govt must think how to address these price issues. The Govt can certainly bring about the comfort in the lives of the people if they dedicatedly and wisely bring about certain changes in the adminstrative,policy and drastic logistic and economic reforms. Cumpolsory and mandatory changes in the transport policy,urbanisation programs and rural development as a goal.. The government is doing somethings in this sphere but its implementation is lacking . If basic and major changes in the implementation process could be brought about a lot of economic crises could be addressed. more  
Please suggest how to push. more  
There will always be ups and down in prices of every commodity. It is we the people who have to adjust to these things. People can look for some other mode of transport or use buses etc more  
govts are looking at this milch cow revenue earner. It is OK; but it will certainly increase inflation. more  
Nothing can be done as it is deliberately being done in the name of covid and development. It's a big lie. People are divided on party lines. Bhakts won't demonstrate as the are willing to bleed to death in spite of what Modi does. Opposition has no unity. Sad state of affairs. Jai hind. more  
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