New Delhi: After a two-day gap, petrol and diesel prices rose again on Thursday (July 15). According to the price announcement of the oil retailer, the price of petrol in India has increased by 35 paisa, while the price of diesel has increased by 15 paisa per liter.
According to the latest price revision, petrol is now priced at Rs 101.54 per liter, while the retail price of diesel in Delhi is Rs 89.97 per liter. Earlier this month, the price of petrol in the capital recently surpassed the Rs 100 mark.
At the same time, in Mumbai, petrol prices are now approaching Rs 110. According to the latest review, the price of fuel in the city is 107.74 rupees per liter. On the other hand, the price of diesel in the financial capital of India has risen to Rs 97.45 per liter.
In Calcutta, the capital of West Bengal, the price of petrol is Rs 101.74 per liter, while the retail price of diesel is Rs 93.02 per liter. In Chennai, petrol sells for Rs 102.23 per liter, while the retail price of fuel in Bangalore is Rs 104.94.
According to the latest revision, petrol prices in 18 states and federal territories have soared to over 100 rupees. Also read: Delhi’s COVID containment areas have dropped significantly, exceeding 58,000 within two months, of which less than 500
These states and UTs include Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh States, Telangana, Karnataka, Jammu and Kashmir, Odisha, Ladakh, Tamil Nadu, Punjab, Sikkim, West Bengal and Nagaland. J&K, Bihar, Delhi and Kerala are the last states and territories in the league where petrol prices exceed Rs 100.