How much the prices have become after cess on petrol and diesel in the budget, know the price quickly
new Delhi. The government imposed agriculture and infrastructure development cess at the rate of Rs 2.5 on petrol and Rs 4 per liter on diesel in the general budget. Even after that, the price of petrol and diesel has not been affected for the common people. There has been no change in the price of fuel for 6 consecutive days. Let us also tell you how much you will have to pay on petrol and diesel today and also give information about why the increase in price was not seen even after increasing the cess?
Will not affect the price
The government imposed agriculture and infrastructure development cess at the rate of Rs 2.5 on petrol and Rs 4 per liter on diesel in the general budget. However, to save the retail price of petrol and diesel from the impact of additional cess, the basic excise duty and special additional excise duty on petrol and diesel are being reduced from the current levels. Simply put, excise duty has been reduced along with increasing the cess. Along with the imposition of agricultural cess on petrol and diesel, the Basic Excise Duty (BED) and Special Additional Excise Duty (SAED) have been reduced. For this reason, even after the cess of agriculture, there will be no impact on the pockets of the customers.
Price stability of petrol
According to information received from IOCL, the price of petrol in the four metros of the country is showing stability for 6 consecutive days. Before that the price of petrol was seen increasing at regular intervals. Due to this, the price of petrol in the four metros of Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai and Chennai has been Rs 86.30, Rs 87.69, Rs 92.86 and Rs 88.82 per liter respectively.
No change in diesel price
According to information received from IOCL, there has been no change in the price of diesel in all the four metros of the country for 6 consecutive days. The last increase was seen on 27 January. After this, the price of petrol in the national capital Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai and Chennai has been increased to Rs 76.48, Rs 80.08, Rs 83.30 and Rs 81.71 per liter respectively.
How expensive is petrol and diesel in January
In January 2021, petrol and diesel prices have become more expensive than Rs 2.50 per liter. First, if you talk about diesel, then it has increased by Rs 2.61 in Delhi, Rs 2.64 in Kolkata, Rs 2.75 in Mumbai and 2.50 paise per liter in Chennai. Talking about the price of petrol, it has seen an increase of Rs 2.59 in Delhi, Rs 2.49 in Kolkata, Rs 2.52 in Mumbai and Rs 2.32 per liter.