The price of petrol and diesel has been increased almost eight times. The prices of petrol are so much on fire that now it has reached the path of being 100 rupees per liter. At the same time, the prices of diesel are skyrocketing.
Today there is no change in the prices but it cannot be called relief because in the first month of the new year, the price of petrol and diesel has been increased about eight times. The prices of petrol are so much on fire that now it has reached the path of being 100 rupees per liter. At the same time, the prices of diesel are skyrocketing.
You will be surprised to know that Sriganganagar in Rajasthan has the highest petrol prices. The normal petrol price here is Rs 97.76 per liter. At the same time, the rate of extra premium petrol has reached Rs 100.51 per liter.
At the same time, the most expensive diesel is also available in Sriganganagar, here the rate of diesel is Rs 89.46 per liter. Also understand how the prices of petrol differ from city to city. In Rajasthan, Rajasthan, the normal petrol is 93.22 rupees per liter.
Financial capital Mumbai is also being buried under the burden of expensive fuel. In the electoral state of Kolkata, petrol in Kolkata is Rs 87.11 and diesel is Rs 79.48 per liter. Talking about another metropolitan Chennai, petrol is Rs 88.29 and diesel is Rs 81.84 per liter.
Crude oil prices are still low, rising prices
Let us tell you that the price of oil is related to the prices of crude oil in the international market. But you will be surprised to know that the price in India should be very low based on the price of crude oil in the international market.
The year 2014 crude oil was Rs 108 per barrel and oil petrol was Rs 72 per liter. On the other hand, today, crude oil is around $ 55 per barrel and petrol prices are desperate to reach Rs 100 per liter. So the question arises that how is this difference in prices coming? Actually, the central and state governments are increasing the tax on oil.
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