On Monday (April 15), State-run oil marketing companies increased the prices of petrol prices by 5-6 paisa per litre while diesel prices remained unchanged across four major cities in the country.
In Delhi, petrol is priced at Rs 72.98 as compared with Rs 72.92 on Sunday, and diesel price is static at Rs 66.26 per litre, as per data from Indian Oil Corporation website. It is worth noting that the retail fuel prices of petrol and diesel in Delhi are the cheapest among all metros and most state capitals due to lower taxes.
Here it is worth mention that in all four major metro cities prices are as, in Kolkata, petrol is retailing at Rs 75 a litre, 6 paise increase from yesterday’s price while diesel prices remain unchanged at Rs 68 a litre. Similarly, in Mumbai, the retail prices of petrol and diesel are Rs 78.55 (6 paise increase) a litre and Rs 69.35 per litre respectively.
After today’s rate revision, in Chennai, the prices of petrol and diesel are Rs 75.75 a litre and Rs 69.96 per litre respectively. Petrol was sold at Rs 75.68 a litre while the price of diesel was Rs 69.96 per litre in Chennai on Sunday. Read More
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