Petrol prices up today: Petrol is up 41 paise today, diesel is up 24 paise, check your city price

Petrol Diesel Price Today 4 July 2021: On Sunday, petrol and diesel prices were again raised, causing their prices to reach new record levels across the country. There was no change in prices on the previous Saturday. Petrol has increased by 41 paise and diesel by 24 paise today. According to Indian Oil Corporation, the price of petrol in Delhi has increased by 35 paise to Rs 99.51 per liter. After four consecutive days, diesel was down 18 paise to Rs 89.36 per liter.

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The current process of raising petrol and diesel prices began on May 04. Petrol costs Rs 8.41 a liter And Diesel will be priced at Rs 8.45 in Delhi in May and June. In July, petrol prices went up by 70 paise and diesel by 18 paise per liter. Petrol in Mumbai is up 34 paise and diesel 19 paise. One liter of petrol today sells for Rs 105.58 and diesel at Rs 96.91.

In Chennai, petrol rose by 31 paise to Rs 100.44 and diesel by 19 paise to Rs 93.91 per liter. In Kolkata, petrol costs 41 paise and costs Rs 99.45 per liter. There the diesel price was increased by 24 paise and it was sold at Rs 92.27 per liter.

See what petrol and diesel are selling at today’s major cities …

Name of the city Petrol Rs / liter Diesel Rs
Sri Ganga Nagar 110.77 102.60
Anupura 110.37 100.51
Reva 110.01 100.18
Indore 107.87 98.82
Bhopal 107.80 98.13
Jaipur 106.27 98.47
Mumbai 105.58 96.51
Pune 105.15 95.02
Bangalore 102.84 94.72
Patna 101.62 94.76
Chennai 100.44 93.91
Delhi 99.51 89.36
Kolkata 99.45 92.47
Agra 96.35 89.44
Lucknow 96.65 89.75
Chandigarh .. 95.70 89.00
Ranchi 94.89 94.31

Source: IOC

Petrol and diesel rates will thus be increased

Once excise duty, dealer commission and other items are added to the price of petrol and diesel, its price will double. If the central government excise tariffs and the state governments’ VAT is removed, the diesel and petrol rates could be around Rs 27 per liter, but whether it is the central or state government, both taxes cannot be eliminated at any cost. Because the bulk of the revenue comes from here. This money will lead to development.

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