New Delhi:On Monday, the price of petrol was increased by 30 paise per litre and the price of diesel by 35 paise, bringing the total increase in rates in the recent week to 4-4.10 per litre.
According to a price notification from state fuel merchants, petrol in Delhi will now cost 99.41 per litre, up from 99.11 before, while diesel rates would rise from 90.42 to 90.77 per litre.
Rates have been raised across the country, and they differ from state to state based on the amount of municipal taxation.
This is the sixth price rise since the end of a four-and-a-half-month rate review break on March 22.
Prices were raised by 80 pence per litre on the first four instances, the largest single-day increase since the daily price adjustment was established in June 2017. On Sunday, the price of petrol increased by 50 paise per litre while the price of diesel increased by 55 paise per litre.
Overall, fuel prices have increased by 4 per litre, while diesel prices have increased by 4.10.
Since the completion of a four-and-a-half-month rate review pause on March 22, this is the sixth price increase.
On the first four occasions, prices were raised by 80 pence per litre, the greatest single-day increase since the daily price adjustment was created in June 2017. Petrol prices climbed by 50 paise per litre on Sunday, while diesel prices increased by 55 paise per litre.
Overall, fuel prices have risen by 4 cents per litre, with diesel prices rising by 4.10 cents.
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