Diesel price equal – Prices of petrol and diesel continued to increase continuously since August. On behalf of the Central Government steps have been taken to provide relief to the common man from the rising prices of petrol and diesel, but it is also not seen as beneficial.
The continuous increase in prices of petrol and diesel is continuing. On Monday, fuel prices have also increased. Today the price of petrol has not increased in Delhi, but the price of diesel has increased by 8 paisa.
On Monday, the price of one liter petrol in Delhi has gone up to Rs 82.72 per liter. Talk about diesel, it is also 8 paisa expensive. With this increase, it has reached Rs 75.46 per liter.
Talk about Mumbai, here you are getting a liter petrol of Rs 88.18 per liter. At the same time, diesel has reached the level of 79.11. In the country’s economic capital, diesel prices have increased by 9 paisa. However, the price of petrol has remained at the same level of yesterday.
Increased prices on Monday(diesel price equal)
It is worth mentioning that the price of diesel will be increased on Monday before the Prime Minister’s meeting. Let us tell you that on October 5, the Central Government had cut the price of petrol and diesel by 2.5 rupees, besides many State Governments did the same. However, since the price of petrol and diesel has increased, since then, the deduction has almost become complete.
Petrol and diesel prices in #delhi are Rs 82.72 per liter and Rs 75.46 per liter (increase by Rs 0.08). Petrol and diesel prices in Mumbai are priced at Rs 88.18 per liter and Rs 79.11 per liter (Rs 0.09 per liter).
Explain that the prices of petrol and diesel are continuously rising since August. On behalf of the Central Government steps have been taken to provide relief to the common man from the rising prices of petrol and diesel, but it is also not seen as beneficial.
The continuous increase in crude oil prices continues in the international arena. The effect of the increase in crude oil prices is that the fuel in the country is becoming increasingly expensive.
PM Modi is going to meet today with oil companies between the rising prices of petrol and diesel. In this meeting, after the Iran ban, there will be discussions about the effect of buying oil from this country and increasing the oil prices.
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