Petrol Prices Breach Rs. 100/Litre Mark In Sri Ganganagar, Rajasthan; In Metros Fuel Rates Go Up By Around 27 Paise

February 17, 2021 0 By boss

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In Sri Ganganagar, Rajasthan, state run fuel stations are retailing petrol for Rs. 100.13 a litre

Fuel prices have been increased for the ninth consecutive day in India, and petrol has finally breached the ₹ 100 per litre mark today. In Sri Ganganagar, Rajasthan, state run fuel stations are retailing petrol for ₹ 100.13 a litre, witnessing a 26 paise hike compared to a day before, while diesel is priced at ₹ 92.13 per litre, after a 27 paise hike. In the nation’s capital, Delhi, petrol is being retailed at ₹ 89.54 per litre, touching a new high, while diesel prices in the national capital stood at ₹ 79.95 per litre, both registering a 25 paise hike compared to the previous day. At the same time, in Mumbai petrol prices have touched the ₹ 96 per litre mark, witnessing a 25 paise hike compared to a day before, while diesel is being retailed at ₹ 86.98 per litre, after a 26 paise hike over the previous day.

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City Petrol Diesel
Delhi ₹ 89.54 ₹ 79.95
Mumbai ₹ 96.00 ₹ 86.98
Chennai ₹ 91.68 ₹ 85.01
Kolkata ₹ 90.78 ₹ 83.54
Bengaluru ₹ 92.54 ₹ 84.75
Hyderabad ₹ 93.10 ₹ 87.20

In Kolkata, today petrol has reached ₹ 90.78 per litre after seeing a 24 paise increase in retail prices, while diesel is being sold at ₹ 83.54 per litre, 25 paise more compare to a day before. At the same time, in Chennai, petrol prices have gone up by 16 paise, at ₹ 91.68 per litre, the least price hike among all metros. On the other hand, diesel prices in Chennai stand at ₹ 85.01 per litre, after witnessing an 18 paise hike compared to the previous day.

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Overall, petrol prices in India have gone up by a maximum of up to 26 paise a litre, while diesel prices have been increased by up to 27 paise a litre

In Bengaluru, petrol is priced at ₹ 92.54 per litre, 26 paise more than a day before, while diesel is priced at ₹ 84.75 per litre, 26 paise more compared to the previous day. At the same time, in Hyderabad, petrol prices have touched the ₹ 93.10 per litre mark, witnessing a 26 paise hike compared to a day before, while diesel is being retailed at ₹ 87.20 per litre, after seeing a 27 paise hike over the previous day.

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Overall, petrol prices in India have gone up by a maximum of up to 26 paise a litre, while diesel prices have been increased by up to 27 paise a litre, across all major metro cities in India. Cumulatively in the last nine days, the petrol prices in India have increased by up to nearly ₹ 2.65 per litre, while diesel prices have gone up by ₹ 2.82 per litre, respectively.

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