Breaking : Fuel Prices Rise Again In India, Petrol Crosses ₹ 100 In Some Cities

After the implementation of e-prices, the price per liter of petrol-diesel in the capital Delhi has become Rs 90.83 and Rs 81.32 respectively. Know fuel prices in Mumbai?

Fuel Prices Rise Again In India, Petrol Crosses ₹ 100 In Some Cities

Fuel prices in India have increased again today after remaining stable for two days. According to the notification issued by the state-run oil companies, the price of petrol has been increased by 37 paise per liter and the price of diesel by 38 paise per liter. After the new prices are implemented, the price per liter of petrol-diesel in Delhi, the capital of the country, has now become Rs 90.83 and Rs 81.32 respectively. Let us know that in the last 15 days, the price of petrol has increased by Rs 3.89 per liter in the national capital and the price of diesel has increased by Rs 4.53 per liter.

Talking about Mumbai, after the increase in prices, the price of petrol has now gone up to Rs 97.34 per liter and the price of diesel to Rs 88.44 per liter. After increasing prices for 12 consecutive days, fuel prices have crossed Rs 100 in some parts of Maharashtra, Rajasthan, and Madhya Pradesh. To reduce the burden of rising fuel prices on the public, four state governments have reduced the state tax which includes West Bengal, Rajasthan, Meghalaya, and Assam.

In Kolkata, the price of petrol has been increased to Rs 91.78 per liter, while diesel will have to pay Rs 84.20 per liter. Petrol prices in Chennai and Bengaluru have reached Rs 92.90 per liter and 93.98 per liter respectively and diesel prices have gone up to Rs 86.31 and Rs 86.21 per liter. Petrol prices have touched Rs 101 per liter in Sriganganagar in Rajasthan and Anuppur in Madhya Pradesh. Petrol prices in these two cities have reached Rs 101.59 per liter and Rs 101.34 per liter respectively, while diesel prices here have gone up to Rs 93.61 per liter and Rs 91.81 per liter respectively.

Explain that the sales tax and VAT imposed by the state government on fuel prices have a big impact. Hindustan Petroleum Corporation, Indian Oil Corporation, and Bharat Petroleum Corporation are the three largest fuel-selling companies in India and all of them change petrol/diesel prices daily. Companies globally adjust the price of petroleum according to the price and the dollar-rupee exchange rate also has to be taken care of in this.

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