I am a petrol station attendant in Hyderabad, India. I am the youngest in my family, so I am always the youngest. However, I am not the youngest in my family, and therefore I am the busiest one in the station.
Here, the question is not only about the price of petrol. It’s about the amount of gas you have to pay for petrol, which is different from the price of petrol itself. In this particular case, the gas station is located in the outskirts of a city, and the gas price is high, but you can actually buy cheaper petrol there.
The question is not only about the price of petrol. Its about the amount of gas you have to pay for petrol, which is different from the price of petrol itself. It is a good thing if you are not rich or have a big group of friends who are rich, because then you can save on petrol. For example, if you are a student and your friends are rich, you can take a bus or a train to the city to buy cheap petrol.
That said, there are people who are poor and don’t have friends who are rich, so they can’t save on petrol. However, there are people who can save by visiting petrol stations. The ones who go to petrol stations will usually get lower prices, but a lot of the time they will get the lower price with the price of gas.
In the context of petrol prices, Ahmedabad is a hotbed for the poor, but not really for the rich. People with the lowest income live in the slums of Old Moti. There are lots of slums of Old Moti, and they are very cheap. That’s because they are so close to the city centre and don’t need to travel to the city centre to buy their petrol.
The city is also known as the “heart of India” because it is so close to the Indian embassy. In fact, you can actually go to the Indian embassy building. It is located at the corner of the main road and the river bank.
There are several different kinds of fuel in India. The cheapest is diesel, which is about $1 per litre (1 litre = one gallon). The next is petrol, which is about $3 per litre (3 litres = 100 ml) and the most expensive is petrol with diesel, which costs about $2 per litre (2 litres = 20 ml).
In other words, the price of petrol in India is set by the government, and if the government decides to raise the price, the price in this country is set by the government. The price of petrol was around Rs. 3 per litre or Rs. 2.6 per litre in India in the week of June 6-8. In London, which is also the capital of the United Kingdom, which has the second-highest petrol price in India, the price is around Rs.
The price of petrol in London is the same as in India.
I think the real question is why the government is setting the price. It’s not because we’re being greedy. It’s because we need to have a basic life for our children to grow up to be strong, well-educated, and successful adults.