Even today the price has not changed.
Petrol Diesel latest price: Petrol and diesel prices are updated on a daily basis in your country. However, its prices have not changed since the last 28 days. The price is stable since 6th April.
Oil marketing companies have increased the price of petrol and diesel (Petrol Diesel Price) has been issued. Even today, there has been no change in its price. Petrol and diesel prices are updated in our country on a daily basis. However, its prices have not changed since the last 28 days. The price is stable since 6th April. On March 10, the results of the assembly elections in five states were declared. On March 22, the price changed for the first time after about 137 days. Petrol became costlier by Rs 10 between March 22 and April 6 and is currently selling more than Rs 100 per liter in most cities of the country. Since then the price has remained stable till now. Crude oil in the international market (Crude oil price) is currently selling at the level of $105 per barrel.
Delhi today (Petrol Price in Delhi Today) Petrol costs Rs 105.41 and diesel costs Rs 96.67 per liter. Mumbai (Petrol Price in Mumbai Today) Petrol is Rs 120.51 and Diesel is Rs 104.77 per liter. In Chennai, the price of petrol is Rs 110.85 and the price of diesel is Rs 100.94 per liter. At the same time, the price of petrol in Kolkata is Rs 115.12 and the price of diesel is Rs 99.83 per liter.
There was a jump in air fuel at the beginning of the month
At the beginning of the month, on May 1, there was a jump in the price of aviation fuel and commercial gas cylinders. On May 1, the price of air turbine fuel in Delhi has increased to Rs 116851.46 per kiloliter. In Kolkata it was Rs 121430.48, in Mumbai 115617.24 and in Chennai it was Rs 120728.03 per kiloliter. There was a jump in the rate of ATF in Delhi by Rs 3,649 per kiloliter. Apart from this, Government Oil Marketing Companies (OMCs) on May 1 increased the price of LPG gas cylinders by up to Rs 104 per cylinder.
Appeal to states to reduce VAT
Prime Minister Narendra Modi had called a meeting of the Chief Ministers of the states on Wednesday, 27 April to discuss many big issues. In this meeting, PM Modi appealed to the Chief Ministers to cut the tax levied on petrol and diesel to give relief to the countrymen from expensive oil. PM Modi told the Chief Ministers of non-BJP ruled states that they should work closely with the central government for the betterment of the country and cut the tax on oil to give relief to the people.
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