New Delhi. Like the rest of the metropolis, the price of petrol has crossed Rs 90 in the national capital. Now petrol prices are seen rising rapidly towards 100 rupees in all the four metros of the country. In which Mumbai can be seen to be the first to win. Where the price of petrol is 3.38 paise away from a century. If the price hike continues in the same way, then the price of petrol will reach Rs 100 in the coming week. Talking about the price of diesel, it may soon cross Rs 90.
The international market is seeing a decline in the price of crude oil. The WTI, which has reached near $ 63, has come down to $ 60 per barrel, while Brent crude, which has crossed $ 65 per barrel, is trading at $ 62 per barrel.
Petrol price increases
According to information from IOCL, the price of petrol has increased from 27 paise per liter to 31 paise per liter in the four metros of the country. After the increase of 31 paise per liter in the capital of the country, the price has reached Rs 90.19 per liter. In Kolkata and Mumbai, the price of petrol has increased by 30 paise per liter. After which the price has been increased to Rs 91.41 and Rs 96.62 per liter respectively. After the increase of 27 paise per liter in Chennai, the price has increased to Rs 92.25 per liter.
Increase in diesel price
According to information received from IOCL, the price of diesel has increased for the 11th consecutive day. The price of diesel has increased by 33 paise per liter in Delhi and Kolkata. After this, the prices of diesel in both metros have been increased to Rs 80.60 and Rs 84.19 per liter respectively. After the increase of 35 paise in Mumbai and 32 paise in Chennai, the price has gone up to Rs 87.67 and 85.63 per liter respectively.
How expensive is petrol and diesel in 50 days
So far in the year 2021, petrol and diesel prices have become expensive by about Rs 7 per liter. First, if you talk about diesel, in Delhi it has been increased by Rs 6.73, Kolkata by Rs 6.75, Mumbai by Rs 7.16 and Chennai by Rs 6.42 per liter. Talking about the price of petrol, it has seen an increase of Rs 6.48 in Delhi, Rs 6.22 in Kolkata, Rs 6.28 in Mumbai and Rs 5.74 per liter in Chennai.