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Petrol Diesel Price Today: After a day of relief, petrol and diesel prices are stable today, which means Monday. Oil companies have slashed petrol and diesel prices by 20 paise per liter. First, the price of petrol was lowered 128 days ago on April 15, after which it was increased 40 times. At the same time, diesel has slashed its prices for the fourth time this month.

According to the Indian Oil Corporation Limited web site, a liter of petrol in Delhi today costs Rs. 101.64 and diesel Rs. Selling at 89.07. Tell us what petrol and diesel is being sold in your city today.

Name of the city Petrol Rs Diesel Rs
Sri Ganga Nagar 113.51 102.77
Anupur 112.88 100.49
Reva 112.48 100.12
Jaipur 108.56 98.22
Indore 110.10 97.94
Bhopal 110.06 97.88
Mumbai 107.66 96.64
Patna 104.10 94.86
Bangalore 105.13 94.49
Ranchi 96.53 94.02
Chennai 99.32 93.66
Kolkata 101.93 92.13
Noida 89.92 89.64
Lucknow 98.70 89.45
Delhi 101.64 89.07
Chandigarh 97.80 88.77
Port Blair 85.14 83.09

Source: IOC

This way the petrol and diesel rates will increase

Once excise duty, dealer commission and other items are included in petrol and diesel prices, its price will almost double. If the excise duty and VAT of the state government were removed, then the diesel and petrol rates would be Rs 27, but if it was the center or the state government, they would not be able to remove the tax at any cost. Because most of the income comes from here. This money will lead to development.

Prices are set every morning

As per the figures of August 16, the central government charges Rs 32.90 per liter of petrol in Delhi and the state government charges Rs 23.50. At the same time, the central government levies a tax of Rs 31.80 and the Delhi government 13. diesel. In addition, the Commodity and Dealer Commission is also included. In Delhi, Rs. Petrol price of Rs. This is the reason for becoming 101.62. Crude oil prices fell by 2020, but since then, the epidemic has increased, and the central government has increased the excise duty.

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