new Delhi. For the first time in the month of July, there has been a big change in Diesel Price Today. According to information from IOCL Diesel price (Diesel Price Hike) has seen an increase of up to 25 paise per liter after 29th June. On the other hand price of petrol (Petrol Price Today) still continues to stabilize. The special thing is that due to the continuous increase in the price of diesel, the price of vegetables in the country has increased by 200 percent. If the price of diesel increases, then inflation also increases in the country. Let us also tell you how much the price of diesel has increased today.
Increase in diesel price
According to information received from IOCL, the price of diesel has increased after June 29 in all the four metros of the country. The country’s capital Delhi and Kolkata saw an increase of 25 paise per liter. After this, the price of diesel in both metros has been Rs 80.78 and Rs 75.89 per liter respectively. At the same time, the price of diesel has been increased by 22 paise in Mumbai and 19 paise per liter in Chennai. After this, the prices in both metros have been Rs 79.05 and Rs 77.91 per liter respectively.
No change in the price of petrol
According to information received from IOCL, there has been no change in the price of petrol for the 8th consecutive day in all the four cities of the country. While on June 27, petrol prices saw a slight increase of 5 paise per liter. After this, the prices of petrol in the country’s capital Delhi, Kolkata and Mumbai were Rs 80.43, Rs 82.10, Rs 87.19 and Rs 83.63 per liter respectively.
Diesel cost more than 11 rupees in June
There has been an unprecedented increase in the prices of petrol and diesel in June. There are daily changes in the prices of petrol and diesel from June 7 to June 30 of this month. In these 24 days, diesel has become costlier by Rs 11.14 in Delhi whereas after increasing the price of petrol 21 times in these 24 days, petrol has become costlier by Rs 9.17. Talking about the rest of the metros, till now Kolkata, Mumbai and Chennai have increased the price of petrol by Rs 8.80, Rs 8.87 and Rs 8.10 per liter respectively. While the price of diesel has become expensive in the three metros, Rs 10.02, Rs 10.62 and Rs 9.50 per liter respectively.