Airlines increase ticket prices after rupee crashes

In October 2018, the indian rupee crashed to its all time low of Rs 74 against the US dollar
India is a major importer of oil, and the number of people who are purchasing and using vehicles is only increasing
So as the crude oil prices are increasing, the airlines in India are also increasing their ticket prices as the cost of jet fuel increases
Only those who booked their tickets well in advance are getting low prices, others will continue to pay higher prices.,
For example just before Dussehra, in October, Mumbai to goa tickets were costing Rs 4900+ for most airlines.