Diesel and petrol prices are in progress. The price of petrol has increased for the fifth consecutive day, while the price of diesel has been increased for 12 consecutive days. After this increase, petrol in the national capital of Delhi has become costlier by 19 paise. At the same time, the price of diesel has increased by 26 paise. In addition to Delhi, petrol prices in Mumbai have increased by 19 paise, while in Kolkata it is 18 paise and in Chennai petrol price has increased by 20 paise per liter. At the same time, oil companies have increased the price of diesel in Delhi and Kolkata by 26 paise, while in Mumbai 28 paise and Chennai 27 paise per liter respectively.
Petrol in Delhi has crossed Rs 71. The new price of petrol in the country's capital Delhi is Rs 71.14 per liter. In Kolkata, the price of petrol has been revised upwards to Rs 73.23 per liter, while in Mumbai and Chennai it was Rs 76.77 and Rs 73.85 per liter, respectively. Diesel prices in the four metros have gone up by Rs 65.71, Rs 67.49, Rs 68.81 and Rs 69.41 per liter, respectively.
Diesel costlier by 3.47 rupees in 12 days
Diesel prices have increased for 12 consecutive days. Earlier, on January 9, diesel prices in Delhi were stable at Rs 62.24 per liter. In this regard, diesel 3.47 rupees in 12 days has been expensive. For the last time diesel prices were cut by 8 paise on January 6, 2019.
Market analysts says that there is a trend of growth in crude oil prices in the international market. Due to this, prices of petrol and diesel are also increasing. According to experts, the possibility of getting rid of inflation is not currently visible.