Petrol Diesel Price 26 June: Petrol and diesel prices have increased once again after remaining stable on Friday. Today the price of petrol and diesel has increased tremendously. In Delhi, both petrol and diesel have become costlier by Rs 35-35 per liter. After this increase, the price of petrol in the capital today went up to Rs 98.11 per liter, while diesel is also being sold at Rs 88.65 per liter.
In Mumbai, where petrol prices crossed Rs 100 for the first time on May 29, on Saturday, petrol has become Rs 104.22 per liter and diesel Rs 96.16 per liter. This price which is highest in the metros. Petrol in Chennai is now available at Rs 99.18 per liter and diesel at Rs 93.22 per liter. At the same time, petrol is being sold at Rs 97.99 and diesel at Rs 91.49 per liter in Kolkata.
Petrol and diesel price in your city today
- Lucknow Petrol in today Rs 95.29 and diesel Rs 89.06 per liter
- Chandigarh Petrol in today Rs 94.35 and diesel Rs 88.29 per liter
- Ranchi Petrol Rs 93.82 and Diesel Rs 93.57 per liter
- Bhopal Petrol Rs 106.35 and Diesel Rs 97.37 per liter
- Patna Petrol Rs 100.13 and Diesel Rs 94.00 per liter
- Bangalore Petrol Rs 101.39 and Diesel Rs 93.98 per liter
- Noida Petrol Rs 95.40 and Diesel Rs 89.14 per liter
Petrol became costlier by Rs 7.71 in 30 days
Petrol has crossed Rs 100 per liter mark in 9 states and union territories (Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Karnataka, Jammu and Kashmir, Odisha and Ladakh) in the country. Petrol is already above Rs 100 per liter in metro cities like Mumbai, Hyderabad and Bangalore and now in Chennai the rates are moving in this direction.
Oil prices have increased 30 times since May 1 and there has been no change in prices 26 times. This hike has increased the price of petrol in Delhi by Rs 7.71 per liter. Similarly, diesel prices have increased by Rs 8.12 per liter in the national capital.
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