The trend of increasing prices of petrol and diesel continues. On Monday, the price of petrol increased by 33 paise and diesel by 58 paise. At the same time, petrol has become expensive at Rs 8.30 per liter and diesel Rs 9.22 per liter in 16 days.
new Delhi. Government Oil Marketing Company ( HPCL, BPCL, IOC) has raised prices of Petrol-Diesel Price Today for the 16th consecutive day (Petrol, diesel prices hiked for 16th day in a row). The new price of petrol in the capital Delhi has been increased to Rs 79.56 per liter on Monday. At the same time, the price of diesel has increased by 58 paise in Delhi. Now one liter of diesel is available for Rs 78.85 per liter.
Let us know that the prices of petrol and diesel change daily and are updated at 6 am. You can also know the daily rate of petrol and diesel through SMS (How to check diesel petrol price daily). In fact, there are three ways to check the price of petrol and diesel in your city: You can find out the price with the help of the pump locator of oil marketing companies. Download the Fuel @ IOC app. Find the price by sending an SMS to 92249 92249.
New petrol price in major cities of the country (Petrol Price on 22 June 2020) Delhi one liter petrol price Rs 79.56 one liter diesel price Rs 78.85 Noida
One liter petrol price Rs 80.42 per
liter diesel price Rs 71.24
dropped internationally Gurugram
one liter petrol price Rs 77.80
one liter diesel price Rs 71.26
one liter petrol price Price Rs 80.32
One liter diesel price Rs 71.15
one liter petrol price Rs 86.36
one liter diesel price Rs 77.24
one liter petrol price Rs 82.87
one liter diesel price Rs 76.30
Experts say that price of one liter petrol is Rs 81.27,
one liter diesel is Rs 74.14,
that internationally, petrol is still cheaper than a packaged bottle of water. At the same time, the prices in the country have become the highest in 21 months. In March, the government increased the excise duty on petrol and diesel by Rs 3 per liter. Even after this, the oil companies did not raise the tax in prices. That is why she is increasing the price on petrol daily.
Apart from this, the demand for petrol and diesel has suddenly increased after the relaxation of the lockdown. The concern of oil companies has also increased due to the fall in the rupee. The oil companies suffered losses amid the lockdown. Now she is making up for it.