Two days after the Central government provided relief to citizens by announcing reduction of fuel prices all over the country, petrol and diesel prices have witnessed a fresh hike on Saturday.
The price for petrol was hiked by 0.18 paise per litre whereas the price of Diesel saw a rise of 0.29 paise per litre. After this hike, Petrol is being retailed at Rs 81.68 per litre and Diesel is being retailed at 73.24 per litre in the National capital.
Petrol prices in Mumbai have also witnessed a hike of 0.18 paise and are being sold at Rs 87.15 per litre, however, the price of diesel has decreased by 0.70 paise and it is being retailed at Rs 76.75 per litre.
Meanwhile, the Shiv Sena took a dig on the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) led Central and state government and termed the fuel price reduction as an insufficient small cut. Read More
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