State-controlled oil marketing companies on Tuesday (June 18) kept the retail prices of petrol and diesel stagnant for the second successive day across major cities of the country. In national capital Delhi, petrol is being sold for Rs 69.93 per litre while diesel costs Rs 63.84 a litre, no change compared with yesterday’s price.
It is worth noting that due to lower taxes in Delhi, fuel prices are the cheapest in the Capital among all metros and most state capitals. In Kolkata, citizens have to shell out Rs 72.19 for a litre of petrol while diesel costs Rs 65.76 per litre, as per data available with Indian Oil Corp website. Similarly, in Mumbai, petrol and diesel are selling for Rs 75.63 a litre and Rs 66.93 per litre, no change in rates against Monday’s rates.
People in Chennai have to pay Rs 72.64 for a litre of petrol while diesel retailed at Rs 67.52 per litre. In Noida also, petrol price remained unchanged at Rs 69.94 and diesel price at Rs 63.32. In Gurugram, petrol, diesel prices remained stable at Rs 70.46 and Rs 63.42 a litre respectively. Read More