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Petrol, Diesel Prices Today: Petrol-Diesel Prices Stable, But These Two Reasons Can Be Expensive


Petrol Diesel Prices: Petrol-diesel prices may increase.

New Delhi:

Fuel Rates Today: There has been no change in the prices of petrol and diesel in the country for 18 consecutive days. This year, the prices of petrol and diesel had increased drastically in the first two months, so in that sense there is stability relief in the price, but petrol is running beyond 90 in all the big cities of the country. At the same time, diesel has also become much more expensive than average. In the last few weeks, the international market has seen frequent fluctuations in the prices of crude, but its effect was not seen here on the domestic prices of retail fuel. The last cut was on 19 April.

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Retail fuel may increase soon

However, this situation is subject to change. It is believed that soon the prices of petrol and diesel may increase again. In fact, on Saturday, the oil marketing companies took aircraft fuel ie Increase in atf Has Under the new amendment, the price of ATF has been increased by Rs 3,885 per thousand liters, ie 6.7 percent to Rs 61,690.28.

Explain that due to the difference in the sales tax rates on different states petroleum, the price of ATF may be different there. Earlier, companies had reduced the price of ATF twice. It was reduced by three percent on April 1 and by one percent on April 19.

In such a situation, it is believed that after ATF, it is the turn of increase in retail fuel.

Apart from this, assembly elections were going on in four states and one Union Territory of the country for more than a month, which has finally come to an end on Sunday, May 2. Elections were also believed to be behind the break in the prices of petrol and diesel, so now that the elections are over, it may be that the prices will increase.

What is the current rate?

Petrol is being sold in Delhi for Rs 90.40 per liter. At the same time, diesel is reduced from 81.10 to 80.73 rupees per liter.

Talking about other major cities of the country, petrol is being sold at Rs 96.83 per liter in the economic capital Mumbai while diesel is priced at Rs 87.81 per liter. In Kolkata, petrol is priced at Rs 90.62 and diesel is priced at Rs 83.61 per liter. Petrol in Chennai is being sold at Rs 92.43 per liter and diesel at Rs 85.75 per liter.

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