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.
However, the facility, which is accessible only for domestic LPG cylinders, has its pros and cons.
The outbreak of coronavirus and the lockdowns imposed by nations to curb its spread has evaporated demand for oil, sending international oil prices crashing.
Some delivery staffers have even been threatening customers to take cylinders back if they are not paid the extra amount.
Cooking gas demand has seen a surge and India is relying on imports to keep supply lines going.