Apart from Delhi, oil prices are also increasing rapidly in Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata. Today in Mumbai, petrol and diesel have become costlier by 84-84 paise, in Chennai by 76-76 paise and in Kolkata by 83 paise and diesel by 80 paise.
How much does the government charge on petrol
Petrol and diesel across the country (Petrol & Diesel) The prices are continuously increasing rapidly. Seeing the rising oil prices, it seems that now they have become completely unbridled and there is no sign of stopping it at the moment. country’s capital Delhi (Delhi) Today once again the price of petrol and diesel has increased by 80-80 paise. After the increase in the price of oil today, the price of one liter of petrol in Delhi has gone up to Rs.101.81 and that of one-liter of diesel to Rs.93.07. You will be surprised to know that in the last 10 days, oil prices have been increased for the 9th time today, during this time the price of petrol in Delhi has increased by Rs 6.40 per liter.
Prices are also increasing rapidly in Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata
Apart from Delhi, oil prices are also increasing rapidly in Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata. Today in Mumbai, petrol and diesel have become costlier by 84-84 paise, in Chennai by 76-76 paise and in Kolkata by 83 paise and diesel by 80 paise. Let us inform that due to the rising crude oil prices in the international market, petrol and diesel are becoming expensive across the country. Rising oil prices are not only affecting the mobility of the common man, but the cost of living is also increasing tremendously. Today we will know here how much tax the governments charge on one liter of oil.
Along with the central government, the state governments also collect tax.
The tax levied on oil consists of two parts. If you buy petrol in Delhi, you pay tax to the central government as well as the Delhi government. Suppose you have bought petrol worth Rs 100 in Delhi. But on this Rs 100 petrol, Rs 45.30 has been collected from you only as tax. Out of Rs 45.30 charged on petrol of Rs 100, Rs 29 will go to the central government and Rs 16.30 to the account of Delhi government. Not only this, the petrol pump from which you have bought petrol is also charging you around Rs 4 per liter as its commission.
Common man surrounded by all-round inflation
Let us tell you that the prices of petrol and diesel depend only on the cost of its transportation. The more expensive the transportation, the more expensive the petrol and diesel will be. The point to be noted here is that only diesel is used in transportation. In such a situation, whatever is expensive, overall the common man will have to face inflation.
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