Petrol-Diesel Price : one day after being stable Petrol and diesel prices have increased once again. On Tuesday, October 5, 2021, oil marketing companies have increased again. After today’s increase, petrol has increased by 25 paise per liter in the capital Delhi and diesel has become costlier by 30 paise per liter. Petrol in Delhi has reached close to the figure of Rs 103 after today’s increase. At the same time, diesel has also reached above Rs 91 per liter here today. Diesel is already selling beyond Rs 98 in Mumbai, while petrol is being sold at Rs 108.43 per liter.
Let us tell you that due to the high prices of oil in the international market, the prices of petrol and diesel have increased once again in the country. However, crude oil prices fell on Monday. Brent crude, the international oil standard, was down 0.13 percent to $ 79.38 a barrel yesterday evening.
what are today’s rates
Delhi: Petrol – ₹102.64 per litre; Diesel – ₹91.07 per liter
Mumbai: Petrol – ₹108.43 per litre; Diesel – ₹98.48 per liter
Kolkata: Petrol – ₹103.36 per litre; Diesel – ₹94.17 per liter
Chennai: Petrol – Rs 100.23 per litre; Diesel – ₹95.59 per liter
Bangalore: Petrol – ₹106.21 per litre; Diesel – ₹96.66 per liter
Bhopal: Petrol – ₹111.14 per litre; Diesel – ₹100.05 per liter
Lucknow: Petrol – Rs 99.72 per litre, Diesel – Rs 91.49 per litre
Patna: Petrol – ₹105.54 per litre; Diesel – ₹97.45 per liter
Chandigarh: Petrol – ₹98.80 per liter; Diesel – Rs 90.80 per liter
Check the price of petrol and diesel in your city like this
New fuel oil prices are released every day at 6 am in the country and you can know the prices of petrol-diesel right from your phone through an SMS. For this you can send SMS to mobile number 9224992249 under Indian Oil SMS service. Your message will be something like- RSP<स्पेस>petrol pump dealer code You can check the RSP code of your area by visiting the site. After sending this message, information about the latest fuel price will come in your phone.
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