Petrol, Diesel Price Today: Petrol prices hit a new high in Delhi

Petrol and Diesel prices in Delhi: Petrol, diesel prices hit new record highs after oil marketing companies kept rates unchanged for 2 days.

Petrol and Diesel Price Today: The Petrol prices have been hiked by around 25 paise to a record-high in Delhi on Tuesday. The price of petrol in the national capital has crossed Rs 85 mark following the hike of 25 paise from Rs 84.95 per litre to Rs 85.20 per litre.

On the other hand, the price of diesel has also been hiked by an equal amount from Rs 75.13 per litre to Rs 75.38 per litre in Delhi, according to the country’s largest fuel retailer Indian Oil Corporation.

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Petrol and Diesel Price Today: The Petrol prices have been hiked by around 25 paise to a record-high in Delhi on Tuesday.

In Mumbai, petrol and diesel prices remained at Rs 91.80 per litre and Rs 82.13 per litre, respectively. Currently, the price of petrol is the highest ever in Delhi, while the diesel is at a record high in Mumbai.

The Oil marketing companies including Indian Oil Corporation, Bharat Petroleum, and Hindustan Petroleum align the fuel prices with global benchmarks considering the foreign exchange rates.

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Petrol and Diesel Price Today: The Petrol prices have been hiked by around 25 paise to a record-high in Delhi on Tuesday.

Petrol and Diesel Price Today:

City Petrol Diesel
Delhi 85.20 75.38
Mumbai 91.80 82.13
Chennai 87.85 80.67
Kolkata 86.63 78.97

 

Petrol and Diesel Price Today: The Petrol prices have been hiked by around 25 paise to a record-high in Delhi on Tuesday.

Any changes in the prices get implemented with effect from 6 am every day. The prices may vary from state to state because of the value-added tax or VAT.

As per the report, the Brent crude futures has increased on Tuesday. The Brent crude futures for March increased by 17 cents, or 0.3 per cent, to $54.92 a barrel by 0150 GMT after slipping 35 cents in the last session.

-PTC News