New Delhi: Oil companies did not change the prices of petrol and diesel for two days. After a break of two days, the price of petrol and diesel has increased again today. Petrol has become costlier by 31-39 paise and diesel by 15-21 paise per liter in four major metros. After this increase, oil prices across the country have reached new record levels. Now the new price of petrol in the capital DelhiLi has gone up to Rs.101.54 and diesel to Rs.89.87 per liter.
Petrol-Diesel price today in major cities
- Bengaluru today petrol at Rs 104.94 and diesel at Rs 95.26 per liter
- Chandigarh today petrol at Rs 97.64 and diesel at Rs 89.50 per liter
- Lucknow today petrol at Rs 98.63 and diesel at Rs 90.26 per liter
- Patna today petrol at Rs 103.91 and diesel at Rs 95.51 per liter
- Jaipur today petrol at Rs 108.40 and diesel at Rs 99.02 per liter
- Noida today petrol at Rs 98.73 and diesel at Rs 90.34 per liter
- Gurugram today petrol at Rs 99.17 and diesel at Rs 99.02 per liter
- Hyderabad today petrol at Rs 105.52 and diesel at Rs 97.96 per liter
- Ganganagar today petrol at Rs 112.90 and diesel at Rs 103.15 per liter
Petrol crosses 100 in these 17 states
Petrol prices are beyond Rs 100 per liter in all metros of the country. The 17 states where petrol has crossed the 100 mark include Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Jammu and Kashmir, Odisha, Kerala, Bihar, Punjab, Ladakh, Sikkim, Delhi, Puducherry and West Bengal. Huh. Officials said that if international oil prices continue to firm up, fuel prices may rise further.
Starting from Rs 90.40 per liter on 1 May, now the price of petrol in the national capital has gone up to Rs 101.54 per liter, which is Rs 11.14 per liter in the last 75 days. Similarly, the price of diesel in the capital also increased by Rs 9.14 per liter in the last two months to Rs 89.87 per liter in the national capital from Rs 80.73 per liter in early May. Oil rates have been revised on 40 of the 76 days so far between May, June and July, with prices rising in the last two months. This hasn’t changed for 36 days.