State-run oil marketing companies slashed the retail prices of petrol and diesel for the second successive day on Friday (June 14) across four metro cities. After the daily revision in retail fuel rates, the price of petrol in all metro cities slashed by 16-18 paise per litre while diesel became cheaper by 16-17 paise.
Petrol prices were cut in New Delhi by 17 paise to Rs 70.18 a litre on Friday as against Rs 70.35 a litre on Thursday. Diesel in the national capital became cheaper by 16 paise to Rs 64.17 as compared with Rs 64.33 yesterday’s price.
In Mumbai, the retail prices of petrol and diesel are Rs 75.88 (16 paise less) a litre and Rs 67.28 (17 paise decrease) a litre respectively, according to data available on Indian Oil Corporation website. Read More