Petrol Diesel Price: New petroleum rates announced, know all details
There is relief news for the common people on the inflation front. Today, the government oil companies have given a big relief to the common people troubled by the increasing prices of petrol and diesel.
New Delhi: There is relief news for the common people on the inflation front. Today, the government oil companies have given a big relief to the common people troubled by the increasing prices of petrol and diesel.
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Oil companies have kept the price of petrol and diesel stable for the second consecutive day today.
Petrol and diesel rates were not increased on Sunday (July 18). After this, even on Monday, the oil companies have not increased the prices of petrol and diesel. Fuel prices remain stable even today. A day before this, the price of petrol was increased by 30 paise per liter on Saturday. While the prices of diesel remained stable even today.
After this, petrol is being sold at Rs.101.84 per liter in Delhi today. Whereas the price of diesel is still at Rs 97.45 per liter. At the same time, petrol in Mumbai costs Rs 107.84 and diesel Rs 97.45 per liter. Petrol in Kolkata today is selling at Rs 102.04 and diesel at Rs 93.02 per liter. Petrol in Chennai is being sold for Rs 102.53 and diesel at Rs 94.39 per liter.
Today's price of petrol and diesel in major cities of India
Let us tell you that till now in July, the price of petrol has been increased 9 times. Whereas, diesel has become 5 times more expensive and once cheaper. Prior to this, in the months of June and May also, the price of petrol and diesel was increased 16-16 times.
It is worth noting that after May 4, the phase of increase in the price of petrol and diesel has started. After this, till now the price of petrol in Delhi has increased by Rs 11.44 and diesel by Rs 09.14 per liter.
Petrol, diesel have become expensive
After adding excise duty, dealer commission and other things to the price of petrol and diesel, its price almost doubles. If the excise duty of the central government and the VAT of the state governments were removed, then the rate of diesel and petrol would have been around Rs 27 a liter, but whether it is the central or the state government, both cannot remove the tax at any cost. Because a major part of the revenue comes from here. This money leads to development.