Petrol Diesel Price Today: Fuel rates continue to surge for third straight day, Check!

Petrol has become costlier by 35 paise per liter, the price of diesel has also increased by the same. With this increase, petrol has now increased to Rs 106.89 per liter in Delhi.

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Published on 22 Oct 2021 5:21 AM GMT
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New Delhi: Petrol and diesel rates were hiked again on Friday. While petrol has become costlier by 35 paise per liter, the price of diesel has also increased by the same. With this increase, petrol has now increased to Rs 106.89 per liter in Delhi.

At the same time, diesel has also become Rs 95.62 per liter. This has pushed fuel prices to record levels. Earlier on Thursday, the prices of petrol and diesel were increased by 35-35 paise per liter.

Petrol Price Today:

This is the third consecutive day of increase in prices. There was no change in rates on October 18 and 19, whereas prices were increased by 35 paise per liter every day for four consecutive days before that.


While petrol has already touched Rs 100 per liter or more in all major cities of the country, diesel has also crossed that level in over a dozen states and Rs 100 per liter in several cities from Srinagar to Chennai. Close to a litre. The most expensive fuel is in the border town of Ganganagar, Rajasthan.

Fuel rates in your city:

Delhi Petrol Rs 106.89 and Diesel Rs 95.62 per liter

Mumbai Petrol Rs 112.78 and Diesel Rs 103.63 per liter

Chennai Petrol Rs 103.92 and Diesel Rs 99.92 per liter

Kolkata Petrol Rs 107.44 and Diesel Rs 98.73 per liter

Since ending the three-week long gap in price changes in the last week of September, petrol and diesel prices have risen sharply. Prices vary from state to state depending on local taxes. International benchmark Brent crude touched $85 a barrel on Thursday. A month ago, Brent was priced at $73.92 a barrel.

Being a net importer of oil, India keeps petrol and diesel prices at par with international prices. The three-week hiatus in the rate revision for petrol on September 28 and for diesel on September 24 had ended due to the rise in international oil prices.

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