Rates of both subsidised and non-subsidised LPG prices were hiked, oil company officials said.
Cooking gas for every household had been the slogan that was reiterated by the government at the Centre.
Holding up empty cylinders, the Youth Congress on Thursday staged a protest against fuel and LPG prices in Bengaluru.
The Congress party has been attacking the government over the rise in petrol, diesel and LPG prices and has been demanding reduction in them by removing some of the taxes.
Congress spokesperson Supriya Shrinate urged the government to bring down prices of LPG cylinders to provide relief to the common people in the country.
Several citizens took to various social media platforms to lodge their dissent against the continuously rising prices.
Raising the issue through a zero-hour mention, CPM MP Jharna Das Baidya said subsidised and non-subsidised LPG prices were raised by a steep Rs 125 per cylinder in four installments since February.
A 14.2-kg cylinder in Delhi now costs Rs 794 as against Rs 769 at which they were supplied on Wednesday, according to a price notification from state-owned fuel retailers.