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to understand that all money should not goes in their pocket but to the public benefits they have to see to it that how normal men would survive on this as petrol hike is directly effect on all the consumer things food, education, agriculture wherever, its like richer become more richer and poor become more poor what about middle class people any how his life would be most miserable how to cop up with this I can't understand please understand finance minister or whosoever decide about all this raising of hike in anything, we should have some consumer form where some comity decide and organize, one should understand people mentality and their lifespan then only we will be able to lift else as Dr. Abdul Kalam said we would be power house India as a nation but normal person can not be powered if no support.
As oil being non renewable resource it is going to end up somewhere. The Oil prize is therefore directly proportional to the the demand and inversely proportional with availibility. So its now our responsibilty how to make optimum use of it or how to avoid it. There are many alternatives to Oil. We have the strongest renewable, never ending resource....thats SUNLIGHT....So friends we atleast have that much sence that what is good and what is bad. Start implementing at individual's level. Don't wait for others. Nowadays the price of the oil is increasing day by day due to many factors like use of more private vehicles, more demand in different industries, limited resource of oil, less availiability of oil resources in India and we are depending on the other oil producing country etc. But now we have to take seriously these matter because we are investing our money to other country that atrocity for future generation. To reduce the high price of oil. We should use less and less private vehicles and more use of public transportation as well as use the some other resources like lpg gases, ongc etc to reduce the high price of oil and government should take various step to implement these process. I think both people as well as government are same responsible for high oil prices. All the types of fuels are most important thing of common people therefore government has a duty to maintain the cost of oil. At another side govt reduces tax on entailment such IPL and another side increase the rate of oil. People is also very careless about that they also increase the use of vehicles they should use the bicycles for to drive nearer places avoid the use of personal cars and bikes use transport vehicle. In this way both are have to aware about the high cost of oil therefore it is our duty to save oil as much as possible. Thank you.
First of all it is very necessary for us to know that India is one of the largest consumers of petroleum and its products. In a growing economy like ours oil price hiking is an uncontrollable factor because the more the number of developing industries more oil is used more oil is imported. If the imports exceed the limit then certainly there will be price rise. Still then govt is giving subsidies in LPG and other products but we also need to look into our demands. There is price rise when demand exceeds supply and this is happening. Comparing 10 years back the number of vehicles on our roads have drastically increased basically because of better purchasing power of our people. Government many a times has issued public bonds through various oil companies in order to check inflation. There are many factors which indirectly responsible for oil price hiking like the oil mafia which leads to bad quality petrol in many oil stations. So it is difficult to control oil price hiking until unless there is siginificant decrease in oil use which is for now not possible. As my opinion using fuel now a days is common commodity. But day by day prices are going increasing its becoming a great burden to common people. So, as my one of friend said when the resources are not sufficient we should be optimum in using the resources. But it is nor possible in all cases. So, govt should take some precautionary measures encouraging non conventional energy resources.
As above you all mentioned about so many good suggestion for save fuel. Oil manufacturing requires only 14-15 rs per litre. this may save little bit of energy resources in our country. One more thing is that even knowing the present state of recession the Indian people are not taking any steps to reduce their cost of living. So everyone think about the next time and that time never come. We can try to reduce oil prizes. if government brings it's money form Swiss bank no need to pay any tax for 10 years. There are two sides of this issues. Thanks you friends for giving me different types of idea all are you right but as you know that the role of fule is important for our life and it is difficult to decrease the price of fule it may be possible if all are putting our 100% efford for example there are many people who are suffring from many types of decease if DR tell to there patient to use cycle or walk 5 km in a days. Hello friends. As India has no sufficient oil well or oil producing area so it has to depend upon the other oil producing country. We can think of some remedial measures like other resources. And there are a lot of resources other than oil like CNG n all for Oil. Besides alternative sources of energy should be used to meet our daily needs and to help design a healthy and better future. And specially the working population must use the public service for their travelling. Then how can be expect it from others. There is limited oil producing country and all other country depends on it to fulfill their oil requirement. And especially youth must take the necessary steps with regard to this.Let the govt to take steps to deal with getting back the black money. as you know there is a continuous increase in oil prices so that dealing with oil prices is very important. . Hello friend. 1. Because we (people) are not going to implement it in our life. As oil is limited the oil producing country increase the oil prices as the requirement is increase. So rising prices of diesel and petrol should be seen as an initiative to stop the excess of hydrocarbon waste. Hello freiends. So I think all these suggestion are not going to help us from this problem. People will atleast have to give a second thought to the frequent use of his personal vehicle. But I would like to ask you all "are these suggestions followed by the people". So like DR we all have to play a important role for stop wastage of fule directly or indirectly. But the positive aspect of this price rise is that it will if not possibly a full stop but will surely put a comma to the excess consumption of fuel. Government should create awarness to people about it. Recently in tv some student show how to use air and water to run a motorcycle. But this is something which is going to be our future after some years or so. THE GOVERNMENT VEHICLE SHOULD USE FOR THEIR OFFICIAL PURPOSE BUT NOT FOR THEIR PRIVATE PURPOSE. So firstly we have to change ourselves simply. When this happens obviously all the price rates will come down. Because as everyone knows in today's scenario nobody has the time. Nobody can dream of a world without fuel nowadays. 2. The govt should facilitate the various research agencies to find out the alternatives of oil. So that people should use the petrol limited. This is the indirectly way to save fule. And all others are taxes. Children must be provided with subject that deal with energy usage and conservation. When it comes to the matter of oil usage every one must be educated to use those resources through which the usage can be reduced maximum. Govt should fix a proper amount of tax so that the common people will not suffer. Rising prices in petrol and diesel are seriously topics of great concern nowadays. So such research should be facilitated by the govt. So that India is suffering now.
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