Petrol and diesel are now cheaper in Delhi as compared to adjoining cities of Uttar Pradesh after the Yogi Adityanath government in the neighbouring state raised taxes on the two fuels.
While petrol and diesel traditionally have been cheaper in Delhi than most states in the country due to lower local sales tax or VAT, the October 5, 2018, cut in the VAT by BJP-ruled states, including UP, resulted in both fuels turning cheaper in places such as Ghaziabad and Noida — the UP towns that adjoin the national capital.
However, this has now been reversed after the UP government raised VAT on petrol and diesel with effect from Tuesday.
Petrol in the national capital costs Rs 71.84 per litre and diesel is priced at Rs 65.11 a litre, according to daily price notification of Indian Oil Corp (IOC), the country’s largest oil firm. Read More
Latest posts by ET Energy World (see all)
- 24 MW Arunachal Pradesh hydroelectric project becomes functional - September 15, 2019
- Nagpur: WCL to get land at new rates - September 14, 2019
- Ousted chairman of CG Power, Gautam Thapar seeks reelection to CG board - September 14, 2019