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Petrol Diesel Price Today: Petrol at Rs 95.41 in National Capital Delhi, Check in your city
The price of one liter of petrol in Delhi has come down from Rs 103.93 to Rs 95.41.
New Delhi: With the new month, we have again see a new height of inflation. Once again on Thursday (02 December 2021), no change was seen in the prices of petrol and diesel from the oil companies, except the national capital Delhi. In the capital Delhi, the Kejriwal government has decided to reduce VAT on petrol. Due to which a liter of petrol has become cheaper by up to Rs 8 in Delhi.
Petrol Price Today:
The price of one liter of petrol in Delhi has come down from Rs 103.93 to Rs 95.41. This is the 28th day in a row that fuel prices have remained stable in the country. Oil companies did not make any increase or decrease in the price of petrol and diesel even on the 28th day on Thursday.
Due to non increase in the prices of petroleum products, its positive effect is falling on the pockets of the common consumers. Remember, in the first week of last month itself, a big relief was given to the customers due to the daily increase in the price of petrol and diesel by the central government.
The same trend of relief in prices from oil companies continues for the 28th day today. For the 28th consecutive day, the country's oil companies did not increase the price of fuel (Petrol and Diesel) in any way. Today on Thursday, Indian Oil Corporation (IOCL) released a new price list.
According to this list, except the national capital Delhi, fuel is being sold at the same rate in all other states.
Fuel rates in your city:
Petrol is being sold at Rs 95.41 and diesel at Rs 86.67 per liter in the national capital Delhi.
Petrol is being sold at Rs 109.98 and diesel at Rs 94.14 per liter in the commercial capital Mumbai.
In Kolkata, the capital of West Bengal, petrol is being sold at Rs 104.67 and diesel at Rs 89.79 per liter.
In Chennai, the capital of Tamil Nadu, petrol is being sold at Rs 101.40 and diesel at Rs 91.43 per liter.
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