The fuel rates were increased since Tuesday and remained still till the weekend. It remained settled and stable till Friday and it again increased from Monday. There are different rates shown in the different states and it extensively increased after the weekend pause. The petrol prices raised the higher than the original marginal rates.
All we need to know is the price rise in India and how it is troubling common people. The prices that are stated below are according to the IOC.
Price of petrol in Delhi: ₹91.53 per liter
Price of diesel in Delhi: ₹82.06 per liter
Price of petrol in Mumbai: ₹97.86 per liter
Price of diesel in Mumbai: ₹89.17 per liter
Price of petrol in Chennai: ₹93.38 per liter
Price of diesel in Chennai: ₹86.96 per liter
Price of petrol in Kolkata: ₹91.66 per liter
Price of diesel in Kolkata: ₹84.90 per liter
The common people of the country are affected by such a high rise in fuel. According to the oil companies and association, the cutting down of prices has increased since April 15. Nearly the election has over in West Bengal and the rise in the fuel have increased and touched the sky in the international market. Additive or laced petrol fuel raised with the higher taxes.