Petrol and diesel have become expensive by 2 rupees in January, know how much will have to be paid today
new Delhi. The beginning of 2021 does not look good in the pocket of common people. Petrol and diesel are becoming increasingly expensive, putting the maximum burden on the pocket of common people. So far in the month of January, petrol and diesel prices have become expensive by Rs 2 per liter. If we talk about Sunday, then petrol and Diesel price No change has been seen in. This stability has been observed after two consecutive days of fast. Let us also tell you how much petrol and diesel will have to be paid in the four metros of the country today.
Petrol prices stable
According to information received from IOCL, today in all the four metros of the country price of petrol There is no change. Everyone has to pay the Saturday price only. A day earlier, the price of petrol in the country’s capital Delhi had increased by 25 paise and the price had come to Rs 85.70 per liter. Whereas in Kolkata and Mumbai, the price was increased by Rs 87.11 and Rs 92.28 per liter with an increase of 24 paise per liter. At the same time, there was an increase of 22 paise per liter in Chennai, after which the price was increased to Rs 88.29 per liter.
Diesel price unchanged
According to information received from IOCL, there was no change in the price of diesel in all the four metros of the country. Today, Saturday prices will be applicable in all metros. On Saturday, the increase was 25 paise in Delhi, 25 paise in Kolkata, 26 paise in Mumbai and 24 paise per liter in Chennai. After which the prices in the four metros reached Rs 75.88, Rs 79.48, Rs 82.66 and Rs 80.90 per liter respectively.
Petrol and diesel have become expensive up to 2 rupees in January so far
In the first month of 2021, petrol and diesel prices have become more expensive than Rs 1.75 per liter. First of all, diesel has increased by Rs 2.01 in Delhi, Rs 2.04 in Kolkata, Rs 2.15 in Mumbai and 1.93 paise per liter in Chennai. Talking about the price of petrol, there has been an increase of Rs 1.99 in Delhi, Rs 1.91 in Kolkata, Rs 1.94 in Mumbai and Rs 1.79 per liter.