Fuel rates hiked after a day’s halt on Tuesday, due to the increasing rates in the global markets. In the latest revision, petrol and diesel rates were hiked by 25 paise and 30 paise per litre. Sequentially in the national capital.
With the latest amendment, petrol and diesel now retailed at record high prices. For instance, the price of one-litre petrol in Delhi now stands at Rs 102.64 per litre. While the fuel is retailing for Rs 108.67 per litre in Mumbai.
As per the daily price notification by oil sellers, diesel prices increased to Rs 90.77 a litre in Delhi. In the financial capital of India, diesel is retailing at Rs 98.80 per litre.
In Kolkata, petrol retails for Rs 103.36 per litre, while diesel retails Rs 94.17 per litre. Meanwhile, petrol sells at Rs 100.23 in Chennai, while diesel retails at Rs 95.59 per litre.
Diesel prices hiked on Friday by 20 paisa per litre and again by 25 paisa per litre. Respectably on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday previous week and by 30 paisa per litre on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Repeatedly, by 30 paisa per litre on Tuesday.
Petrol prices remained unchanged since September 5. But oil companies finally raised their pump prices this week given a spurt in the product prices lately. Petrol prices have risen on six of the previous eight days following its primo price by Rs 1.45 per litre.
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