No rise in fuel prices detailed by oil companies today, October 13. The petrol and diesel prices already went past the Rs 100 mark in various cities. The continuous rise burdened the budgets of the Indian households.
Petrol in Delhi retailed at Rs 104.44 while diesel costs Rs 93.17 per litre. The rates of petrol and diesel in Mumbai is Rs 110.41 and Rs 101.03 per litre. A litre of petrol in Kolkata sold at Rs 105.09 while diesel sold at Rs 96.28 per litre. Simultaneously, in Chennai, the costs of petrol and diesel climbed to Rs 101.79 per litre and 97.59 per litre respectively. Petrol retailed at the record highest price in Bhopal. A litre of petrol in the city costs Rs. 113, while the diesel retailed at Rs 102.29 per litre.
The cost of Brent crude oil in the global market affects the fuel prices in the country and across the globe. Now, the rate of crude oil is $83.23 (Rs. 6,273.88) per barrel.
According to the website of the IndianOil, you have to write RSP along with your city code and send the SMS to 9224992249. Each city assigned a separate code, which you can check from the IOCL website.
Here are the petrol and diesel prices in a couple of metros.
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CITY PETROL/Lt. DIESEL/Lt.
Mumbai Rs 110.41 Rs 101.03
Delhi Rs 104.44 Rs 93.17
Chennai Rs 101.79 Rs 97.59
Kolkata Rs 105.09 Rs 96.28
Bhopal Rs 113 Rs 102.29
Hyderabad Rs 108.64 Rs 101.66
Bangaluru Rs 108.08 Rs 98.89
Guwahati Rs 100.38 Rs 92.79
Lucknow Rs 101.47 Rs 93.61
Gandhinagar Rs 101.41 Rs 100.63
Thiruvananthapuram Rs 106.69 Rs 100.19