Diesel was costlier by 16 paise per liter even on Sunday, while there was no change in petrol prices. Earlier on Tuesday, diesel was costlier by 25 paise per liter.
Business Desk. On Monday, diesel prices in the country made history. The price of diesel has crossed Rs 81 for the first time. On Monday, the price of diesel increased by 11 paise per liter, after which the price of diesel in Delhi reached a high of Rs 81.05. However, there is no change in the prices of petrol and it is stable.
Talking about Mumbai, petrol is Rs 87.19 per liter while diesel is Rs 79.27 per liter. Petrol in Chennai is being sold at Rs 83.63 per liter and diesel at Rs 78.11 per liter. At the same time, the price of petrol in Kolkata is 82.10 and diesel is 76.17. In Noida, you have to pay 81.08 for one liter of petrol and Rs 73.01 for diesel. In Lucknow, one-liter petrol is available in 80.98 and diesel in 72.91. In Patna, the price of a liter of petrol is 83.31 and the price of diesel is Rs 77.89 per liter.
Diesel was costlier by 16 paise per liter even on Sunday, while there was no change in petrol prices. Earlier on Tuesday, diesel was costlier by 25 paise per liter. Petrol prices have not increased for the last 14 days. On Monday, the price of petrol in Delhi remained at the previous rate of Rs 80.43, but diesel jumped and crossed Rs 81.
The number of Covid-19 patients is increasing rapidly in India, but it is on the decline in the worldwide economy. With the commencement of operations around the world, there are showing signs of a surge in crude oil prices. In the international market, there was a softening trend at the start of trading on Friday morning but it closed at one dollar per barrel at the end of trading. Oil marketing companies fix petrol and diesel rates daily after reviewing prices.