new Delhi. On Friday after two consecutive days of stability Diesel price (Diesel Price Today) has seen cuts once again. This cut has been seen in all the four metros of the country from 17 paise per liter to 20 paise per liter. On the other hand price of petrol (Petrol Price Today) has not seen any change for the third consecutive day. According to experts, in the coming days, due to the fall in the price of crude oil, further reduction in the price of diesel can be seen. Let us also tell you how much diesel has become cheaper in your city after today’s cut and how much the petrol prices have become.
Diesel price cut
According to information received from IOCL, there has been a two-day stability decline in the price of diesel in all the four metros of the country. Diesel has become cheaper by 18 paise per liter in Delhi and Kolkata. After this, diesel has become Rs 71.10 and Rs 74.62 per liter respectively in both metros. In Mumbai, the price of diesel has been reduced by 20 paise per liter, after which the price has been reduced to Rs 77.53 per liter here. At the same time, diesel will cost Rs 76.55 per liter in Chennai after being 17 paise per liter cheaper.
No change in the price of petrol
According to the information received from IOCL, the price of petrol has been stable for the third consecutive day in all the four metros of the country. The last drop in petrol price was seen on 22 September. On that day, petrol became cheaper by 8 paise per liter in Delhi, Kolkata and Mumbai. After this, petrol in three metros was 81.06, 82.59 and 87.74 rupees per liter. At the same time, the price of petrol in Chennai was reduced by 7 paise per liter. Where the price has been increased to Rs 84.14 per liter. Even today you will have to pay the same price.
How much fuel became cheaper in September
The price of petrol and diesel has come down in the month of September in the capital city of Delhi and other metros. Firstly, the price of diesel has become cheaper by Rs 2.46 in Delhi, Rs 2.44 in Kolkata, Rs 2.58 in Mumbai and Rs 2.41 per liter in Chennai. At the same time, the price of petrol has reduced by Rs 0.97 in Delhi, Rs 0.93 in Kolkata, Rs 0.94 in Mumbai and Rs 0.86 in Chennai.