In a major relief from soaring fuel prices, petrol prices have been slashed for the 10th consecutive day in metros on Saturday, taking the overall cut to Rs 2.38 in Delhi. Notably, petrol prices have been cut by 40 paise in Delhi to Rs 80.45.
In case of financial capital Mumbai, one litre of petrol is now retailing at Rs 85.93, down by 40 paise from yesterday’s prices. One litre of petrol is now selling for Rs 83.60 in Chennai.
In Kolkata, one litre of petrol can be purchased for Rs 82.31. The revised prices are applicable from 6 am this morning. The overall price relief in the last 10 days has now moved to Rs 2.38 in Delhi, Rs 2.34 in Kolkata, Rs 2.36 in Mumbai and Rs 2.50 in Chennai. Read More
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