Petrol-Diesel Price Today: There is no change in prices even today, know what are the latest rates in Delhi-Mumbai

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Oil marketing companies have released new prices for petrol and diesel for Tuesday, September 13. There has been no change in the price of petrol and diesel even today.

Oil marketing companies have released new prices for petrol and diesel for Tuesday, September 13. There has been no change in the price of petrol and diesel even today. Today, the price of petrol in the capital Delhi is Rs 96.72 per liter. The price of one liter of petrol in the financial capital Mumbai is Rs 106.35, in Kolkata Rs 106.03, and Chennai Rs 102.63.

At the same time, the price of one liter of diesel in Delhi is Rs 89.62, in Mumbai Rs 94.28, in Kolkata Rs 92.76, and Chennai Rs 94.24. Petrol and diesel are the most expensive in the financial capital Mumbai. If you want to see the latest prices of petrol and diesel in your city, then you can check by clicking on this link.

Let us tell you that the last change in the price of petrol and diesel was on 22 May, when the Finance Minister announced a cut in excise duty. On May 21, an excise duty cut of Rs 8 per liter on petrol and Rs 6 per liter on diesel was announced. After this reduction, petrol in Delhi became cheaper by Rs 8.69 per liter and diesel by Rs 7.05.

Where did the price of oil reach in your city?

Current prices of petrol and diesel in major cities of the country (Rs per liter)

city petrol diesel
Delhi 96.72 89.62
Mumbai 106.35 94.28
Kolkata 106.03 92.76
Chennai 102.63 94.24
Lucknow 96.57 89.76
Jaipur 108.48 93.72
Bhopal 108.65 93.90
Bangalore 101.94 87.89
Shimla 97.30 83.22

Prices can also be seen through SMS

You can also check the price of petrol and diesel in your city daily through SMS. Indian Oil (IOC) customers can send RSP to number 9224992249 and HPCL customers can send HPPRICE to number 9222201122. BPCL customers can send RSP to the number 9223112222.

Let us tell you that fluctuations are being seen in oil prices, because there has been a loss of Russian oil amid the Russo-Ukraine war, due to which traders have to cut supplies. Along with this, concerns remain due to weak oil demand. India has imported $5.1 billion worth of petroleum from Russia in the three months since the war. You will be surprised to know that it is 3 times more than before.