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Petrol Diesel Price Today 23 March 2022: Petrol and diesel prices continue to rise in the country.
Petrol and diesel prices continue to rise in the country. Today, on March 23, for the second consecutive day, an increase in the price of petrol and diesel is being seen. Let us inform that a day earlier i.e. on March 22, after 137 days, the prices of petrol and diesel in the country were increased. On Tuesday, the prices of petrol and diesel had increased by 80-80 paise. Petrol and diesel prices have been increased by 80 paise today, on Wednesday.
On Tuesday, when petrol prices were increased by 80 paise in the national capital Delhi, the prices had increased to Rs 96.25 per liter. At the same time, the prices of petrol and diesel have increased once again today. Petrol has increased by 80 paise after the latest update. Now the new price has reached Rs 97.01 per liter. Whereas, an increase of 80 paise has been registered in diesel today. Diesel has reached Rs 88.27 per liter in the capital Delhi.
Petrol Diesel Price in Your City:
After increasing the price of petrol by 80 paise in the national capital Delhi, it has now increased from Rs 96.21 per liter to Rs 97.01 per liter.
Whereas, diesel is being sold at Rs 88.27 per liter.
At the same time, in the commercial capital Mumbai, the rate of petrol has reached Rs 111.62 per liter while the price of diesel has reached Rs 95.80 per liter.
Petrol in Kolkata is being sold at Rs 106.31 and diesel at Rs 91.42 per litre.
Petrol in Chennai is being sold at Rs 102.96 per liter and diesel at Rs 92.99 per liter.
Significantly, on November 4 last year, the central government had given a big relief to the public regarding the ever-increasing prices of petrol and diesel. The government had given relief of Rs 5 on petrol and Rs 10 on diesel to the common man by cutting excise duty. After this decision of the Center, most of the states had cut the price of VAT on petrol and diesel. After this, the prices of petrol and diesel were not increased for more than three months.
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