Petrol, Diesel Prices Today: Elections over, prices start rising; Petrol and diesel become expensive, check latest prices
- Fuel expensive after two days of election results
- Petrol 15 paise expensive
- Diesel prices rise by 16 paise
Fuel Rates Today: Finally the end of the assembly elections in the country Effect on retail fuel Has started appearing On Tuesday, May 4, 2021, two days after the election results, oil marketing companies have increased the prices of petrol and diesel. Today, petrol has become costlier by 15 paise and diesel by 16 paise. Interestingly, oil prices had not increased for the last 66 days. Meanwhile, there was a lot of ups and downs in the international crude market, but its effect did not show on the domestic prices of oil.
The last increase was on 27 February 2021, when petrol became costlier by 24 paise and diesel by 17 paise. There itself The last cut was on April 15, when petrol 15 and diesel 14 paise became cheaper. ATF on Saturday only Aircraft fuel prices Were increased, after which it was evident that the prices of petrol and diesel would also increase soon.
What is the current rate?
After today’s increase, now the price of petrol in Delhi has been increased to Rs 90.55 per liter. At the same time, diesel has become Rs 80.91 per liter.
Talking about Mumbai, petrol has already been priced at Rs 96.95 per liter and diesel is also being sold at Rs 87.98 per liter. Petrol in Chennai is being sold at Rs 92.55 per liter and diesel 85.90 per liter. In Kolkata, petrol is priced at Rs 90.76 and diesel is priced at Rs 83.78 per liter.
Check the latest price in your city
In the country, oil prices are revised every day at 6 am because petrol and diesel prices change every day in the country according to crude oil prices and foreign exchange rates. These new prices are applicable to every petrol pump in the country from 6 am every day.
You can know the prices of petrol and diesel every day from your phone through an SMS. For this, you can send SMS to the mobile number 9224992249 under the Indian Oil SMS service. Your message will be something like – RSP<स्पेस>Petrol Pump Dealer Code.
You can check the RSP code of your area by visiting the site. After sending this message, the latest fuel price information will come in your phone.