Petrol, diesel prices hiked again after weekend pause. Check new fuel rates

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Fuel prices in India have seen continuous increases since Tuesday last week, hiking for four consecutive days only to settle on Friday. The price of gasoline and diesel remains stable during the weekend just to rise once again on Monday.

A worker holds a nozzle to pump petrol into a vehicle at a fuel station in Mumbai, India.
A worker holds a nozzle to pump petrol into a vehicle at a fuel station in Mumbai, India.

The price of gasoline and diesel in India Hiking on Monday (May 10, 2021) after around the interval worth around two days where the price of fuel remained stable. The price of fuel now shows a marginal increase from the level of gasoline and diesel in Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, and Kolkata. Here all you need to know about gasoline prices and diesel today in this country.

Fuel prices in India have seen continuous increases since Tuesday last week, hiking for four consecutive days only to settle on Friday. Prices remain stable over the weekend and once again up on Monday.

According to the Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) website on Monday, the price of fuel in Indian major cities is as follows:-

Price of petrol in Delhi: ₹91.53 per litre

Price of diesel in Delhi: ₹82.06 per litre

Price of petrol in Mumbai: ₹97.86 per litre

Price of diesel in Mumbai: ₹89.17 per litre

Price of petrol in Chennai: ₹93.38 per litre

Price of diesel in Chennai: ₹86.96 per litre

Price of petrol in Kolkata: ₹91.66 per litre

Price of diesel in Kolkata: ₹84.90 per litre

The oil company, which has been in the past few months using freezing that cannot be explained in the revision of the tariff, has reached the pause button after cutting marginal prices on April 15. This coincides with the election regarding the peak to elect a new government in five states including West Bengal.

Not long after choosing voting, more oil companies indicate an increase in retail prices that will come given the trend of firming in the international oil market. The price of gasoline is even at risk of up to ₹ 102 per liter in several parts of Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh on Friday after rates were raised for the fourth day in a row after ending more than two weeks with assembly selection in Bengal states.

Branded or additional branded gasoline, which attracts a higher tax, is on a high record in places with higher taxes.

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