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TMC guns for PM as petrol price breaches Rs 100 per liter mark

News Express: As petroleum cost contacted Rs 100/liter in certain pieces of West Bengal on Sunday, a conflict of words broke out between the decision Trinamool Congress and the BJP over rising fuel costs. 

Descending vigorously on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Trinamool public general secretary and Lok Sabha MP Abhishek Banerjee tweeted, "As fuel costs hit a HISTORIC HIGH, @BJP4India govt (government) is by all accounts buckling down towards adding to the hardships of the general population. Very little has changed from 2020. The standard, worn out attempt at finger pointing proceeds while the requests of individuals of India are advantageously overlooked!" 

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Petroleum cost has crossed the Rs 100/liter-mark in Alipurduar and Nadia areas and is going at Rs 99/liter in Kolkata. The BJP pointed fingers at the Trinamool, inquiring as to why it wasn't lessening obligations on oil based commodities to cut down the flooding fuel costs. 

Addressing columnists on Sunday, senior BJP pioneer Shamik Bhattacharya said, "For what reason isn't the state government decreasing its obligations on fuel items? The current circumstance requires a joint exertion from the focal government and the states."

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