Diesel and Petrol Prices Drop Again Today: Know The Price In Your City - Viral Bake

Price of diesel and petrol once again slashed on 30th March by Oil Marketing Companies. State-run OMCs have reduced the diesel and petrol prices by 23 and 22 paise, respectively.

If we talk about the fuel prices in Delhi, you will require paying ₹90.56 per litre for petrol while diesel is available for ₹80.87 which 23 and 22 paise less as compared to Monday, as per the Indian Oil Corporation’s (IOL) website.

Source: The Indian Express

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In Mumbai, the revised rates for petrol and prices are ₹90.77 for a litre of petrol and ₹83.75 per litre. In Chennai, the petrol price is 19 paise cheaper and you available at ₹92.58 per litre whereas the cost of diesel per litre is ₹85.88 which is 22 paise less than yesterday’s price.

Petrol and Diesel Rates in Other Major Cities

Apart from Delhi and Mumbai, the petrol and diesel prices in some other major cities are as recorded –

Petrol:

Noida (₹88.91), Bengaluru (₹93.59), Hyderabad (₹94.16), Jaipur (₹97.08), Lucknow (₹88.85) and Patna (₹92.89), as per data from the IOL website

Diesel:

Noida (₹81.33), Bengaluru (₹85.75), Hyderabad (₹88.20), Jaipur (₹89.35), Lucknow (₹81.27) and Patna (₹86.12)

You must know that the diesel and petrol prices are revised daily depending on the line with benchmark international prices and foreign exchange rates. Also, the domestic fuel prices vary from state to state because of the value-added tax. OMCs like Indian Oil Corporation, Bharat Petroleum, and Hindustan Petroleum bring into line the prices of domestic fuel with global benchmarks by considering alterations in the foreign exchange rates.

The change or update in the diesel and petrol prices generally updated at 6 AM each day.


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