Petrol prices have been on a downward trend in the recent times, with the overall price cut exceeding Rs 5 in Delhi in less than a month. Notably, petrol prices have fallen from Rs 82.83 on October 17th to Rs 77.56 today, implying a cut of Rs 5.27.
In financial capital Mumbai, the price of one litre of petrol has fallen from Rs 88.29 from near record highs on October 17th to Rs 83.07 today, implying a slash of Rs 5.22. In case of Chennai, the rate for one litre of petrol has been cut from Rs 86.10 to Rs 80.56 today, a slash of Rs 5.54 from October 17th.
In case of Kolkata, petrol prices have dropped by Rs 5.16 from October 17th to Rs 79.49 today. Read More
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