Madhya Pradesh: Petrol and diesel prices rise again in Bhopal, petrol becomes 26 paise and diesel 32 paise more expensive

Madhya Pradesh: भोपाल में पेट्रोल-डीजल के दाम में एक बार फिर उछाल, पेट्रोल 26 पैसे और डीजल 32 पैसे हुआ मंहगा

Petrol and diesel become expensive in Bhopal.

In Bhopal, the capital of Madhya Pradesh, the price of petrol has completed a century. Petrol and diesel prices have increased once again in the last 24 hours. At the same time, petrol has become costlier by about 26 paise and diesel by 32 paise. At present, petrol in Bhopal has become Rs 111.14 / liter, while diesel has reached Rs 100.05 / liter. Let us tell you that due to the high oil prices in the international market, the prices of petrol and diesel have increased once again in the country. However, crude oil prices fell on Monday. Brent crude was down 0.13 percent at $79.38 per barrel.

In fact, the public is now suffering due to inflation. The state government charges 33% VAT, Rs 4.5 additional tax and 1% cess on petrol. At the same time, the state government charges 23% VAT, Rs 3 additional tax and 1% cess on diesel. In such a situation, due to the price of crude oil in the international market, there is a difference in the price of petrol and diesel. Diesel is used the most, especially for transportation, so increasing the price of diesel directly increases the price of other things.

Prices are fixed every morning

Explain that the prices of petrol and diesel change daily based on the price of crude in the international market along with foreign exchange rates. At the same time, oil marketing companies fix the rates of petrol and diesel daily after reviewing the prices. In which Indian Oil, Bharat Petroleum and Hindustan Petroleum revise the rates of petrol and diesel every day at 6 am.

The impact on the pockets of the people due to the increase in oil prices

Significantly, the local people say that due to the increase in the price of petrol and diesel, their budget is directly affected. According to which the prices of petrol and diesel are increasing, their income is not increasing. In such a situation, it is their compulsion that petrol and diesel have to be filled, but the loss is being done. During this, some people say that due to the increased prices of this petrol and diesel, we are getting free vaccines, health facilities and infrastructure. So if the price goes up then there is no problem.

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