The proposal has been brought by the main opposition party - Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) as the party was not pleased with the central government's decision to cut petrol price only by Rs 2.22 per litre.
Citing the news of petrol price, BJP spokesperson on Tuesday, Nov 16 claimed, ""This decrease of Rs. 2 per litre is too little, too late. The last two hikes were totally unjustified. People will not be satisfied with this. The government has imposed this burden by increasing petrol prices five times in the last few months. We want that the decrease should be at least Rs. 5 per litre."
Meanwhile, there were reports that say petrol prices will be changed in every 15 days. According to the oil distribution company, a regular fortnightly revision is likely to carry out in petrol prices. Sources said that rupee depreciation and crude oil prices would be highlighted in petrol prices in the next fortnight.