The painful surge in fuel prices in India has led to some hilarious memes and videos on Twitter and Instagram

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The painful surge in fuel prices in India has led to some hilarious memes and videos on Twitter and Instagram
People getting fuel at a petrol pump.BCCL
  • Petrol prices have increased by ₹2.34 per litre in the last one week.
  • Social media users have started sharing memes and trolls against the hike in petrol prices.
  • Here are some of the funniest memes around the petrol price hike.
The petrol prices in India have been increasing over the past few weeks. In the last one week, petrol prices have increased by ₹2.34 per litre. Petrol price has now crossed ₹100 in Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan. Netizens have been fuming over the petrol price hike and taking potshots at the government on Twitter and Instagram with memes and trolls.

Here are some of the most hilarious memes on the fuel price hike on –



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Someone pointed out that Smriti Irani, minister of textiles, who had protested against fuel price hikes when in opposition has been silent about the current fuel price hikes.


A tongue-in-cheek take by Shyam Rangeela, popular for his mimicry of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, took Twitter by storm. Over 37,000 people liked and shared the post where the comedian mimics Modi and gives the rise in petrol prices a positive spin, a hilarious one.


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A user photoshopped a picture of former Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar in front of a petrol pump, celebrating petrol’s debut century.




A twitter user shares his playful take on using magnets to pull his car.
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Another twitter user shares a troll that while people wanted a century from cricket superstar Virat Kohli, petrol price is the one who scored a perfect 100.

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PM Narendra Modi, who recently flew over the Chepauk stadium in Chennai during the second test match between India and England is shown flying over a stadium where petrol has made its century.




A scene from the iconic movie Titanic is shared showing that the government is taking the petrol prices to the stars.
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