On Monday, State-run oil marketing companies kept the retail petrol and diesel prices unchanged across major cities of the country (April 8). In national capital Delhi, petrol is being sold for Rs 72.85 per litre while diesel costs Rs 66.11 a litre, no change compared with yesterday’s price.
Since June 16, 2017, petrol prices in India get revised everyday 6 am in the morning. Before this, petrol prices used to change on a fortnightly basis. Then, a change in petrol rates could occur on the first and 16th day of the month.
On Wednesday (March 6), After six consecutive days of price hike, state-run oil marketing companies kept retail petrol prices stagnant while diesel prices also remained unchanged across the major cities. In national capital Delhi,
On Tuesday (5 February), Petrol and diesel prices rose again with a hike of 7 paise in petrol prices while diesel was raised by 10-11 paise across major cities of the country. In Delhi, petrol price peaked to to Rs 72.24 a litre as against Rs 72.17 on Monday
Petrol rates in India are revised on a daily basis. Prices are revised at 06:00 a.m. every day. This makes sure that even a minute’s variation in global oil prices can be transmitted to fuel users and dealers.
The beginning of the Year has seen a relief in petrol, diesel prices. From the very first day of 2019, prices of petrol and diesel have began to decline. At the same time, petrol prices are being cut by 21 paisa