Petrol Diesel Price: Petrol and diesel prices have remained at record levels across the country. Meanwhile, on Thursday, government oil companies released the prices of petrol and diesel and have not made any changes in them.
Earlier on September 1, the price of petrol and diesel was cut by 15-15 paise. After this, the prices of petrol and diesel remained stable for three consecutive days. Then on Sunday oil prices were reduced.
On Sunday, the price of petrol was reduced by 13-15 paise and diesel by 14-15 paise. Overall, oil prices have been cut twice in the month of September so far. Even after this cut, the price of petrol in big cities remains above Rs 100.
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Please note that fuel prices vary from state to state based on VAT and freight charges in the country. Apart from this, the central government levies excise duty on auto fuels.
Know the price of oil in your city
In the country’s capital Delhi, petrol is being sold at Rs 101.19 per liter and diesel at Rs 88.69 per liter.
Petrol in the country’s financial capital Mumbai costs Rs 107.26 per liter and diesel Rs 96.19 per liter. Petrol in Kolkata is Rs 101.62 per liter and diesel Rs 91.71 per litre.
Similarly, the price of petrol in Chennai is Rs 98.96 per liter and diesel is Rs 93.26 per liter. If you compare the four metro cities of the country, then petrol and diesel is the most expensive in Mumbai.
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Check today’s new prices like this
Petrol-Diesel prices change daily and get updated at 6 am. You can also know the daily rate of petrol and diesel through SMS (How to check diesel petrol price daily). Indian Oil customers can get information by sending city code along with RSP to 9224992249 number and BPCL consumers by writing RSP to number 9223112222. At the same time, HPCL consumers can know the price by sending HPPrice to the number 9222201122.
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