The rising prices of petrol and diesel have loosened the pockets of the common man. Once again their prices have increased. At present, the prices of petrol and diesel are at an all time high. Know what is the price of petrol and diesel in your city today.
New Delhi: The prices of petrol and diesel have increased once again. Government oil companies today increased the prices of petrol and diesel for the second consecutive day. Petrol prices have been increased by 25 paise per liter across the country today, while diesel has become costlier by 30 paise per liter. According to the prices released by IOC, petrol in Delhi has gone up to Rs 101.89 per liter. At the same time, the price of diesel has gone up to Rs 90.17. Petrol in Mumbai has reached Rs 107.95 per liter and diesel up to Rs 97.84 per liter.
These prices of diesel and petrol are the highest ever. Actually, at this time crude oil prices have once again reached around $ 80. That's why all petroleum products are getting expensive. Petrol, which started getting expensive from Monday this week, went ahead every day after taking a break for a day. In this way, it has become expensive by 70 paise per liter in four days.
Rates increased in the last days
In the last 7 days in the country, the price of diesel has increased 5 times. Indian oil companies had increased by 20 paise on 24 September and 25 paise per liter on 26 September. At the same time, yesterday, for the third consecutive day i.e. on September 30, there was an increase of 25 paise per liter in the price.
Know why rates are different in every city?
The reason for the difference in the rate of petrol in every city is the tax. At the same time, in different states, the state governments collect tax at different rates. At the same time, according to every city, there are taxes of municipal corporations, municipalities also. Varies according to city, also known as local body tax. Please note that different taxes are levied on the basis of each municipal corporation.
Central and state governments charge heavy taxes
Central excise and state taxes account for 60 per cent of petrol prices, while it is 54 per cent in diesel. Central excise duty on petrol is Rs 32.90 per liter, while that on diesel is Rs 31.80 per litre. Petrol and diesel prices usually change daily, these prices are fixed on the basis of benchmark international crude prices and foreign exchange rates.
Know the price of petrol and diesel through SMS
You can know the price of petrol and diesel at your nearest petrol pump through SMS sitting at your home. Indian Oil customers will send a message from their mobile to 9224992249 by entering the city code along with the RSP. You will find the city code on the official website of Indian Oil (IOCL). After sending the message, you will be sent the latest price of petrol and diesel.
Similarly, BPCL customers can send SMS to 9223112222 by typing RSP from their mobile. HPCL customers can send SMS by typing HPPrice to 9222201122. Retail fuel prices have reached a new record high. The number of such cities is increasing continuously, where petrol is being sold beyond Rs 100 per liter.