Petrol, Diesel Costs Rise in Delhi For 21st Straight Day; Examine Revised Charges Right here
New Delhi: Petrol and diesel costs registered a hike for the 21st straight day on Saturday within the nationwide capital. Whereas petrol witnessed a hike of 25 paise per litre, diesel was up by 21 paise per litre.
Petrol and diesel costs at Rs 80.38/litre (enhance by 0.25) and Rs 80.40/litre (enhance by Rs 0.21), respectively in Delhi at present. pic.twitter.com/dUO6jTYGP0
— ANI (@ANI) June 27, 2020
After this newest hike, whereas a litre of petrol in Delhi prices Rs 80.38, a litre of diesel is priced at Rs 80.40. on Friday, petrol and diesel costs had witnessed a hike of 21 paise and 17 paise per litre.
In Mumbai, in the meantime, petrol will value Rs 87.14 per litre and diesel Rs 78.71 per litre.
Noatbly, gasoline costs have been growing since June 7, when oil firms started the day by day value revision mechanism after a hiatus of 83 days in the course of the lockdown. Costs of transportation gasoline have been final revised underneath the dynamic pricing coverage on March 16 and there have been few situations of value hike later solely when the respective state governments hiked VAT or cess.
Whereas there was a continuing hike in diesel costs since June 7, there may be solely a single day when petrol costs didn’t get hiked: June 24.
As such, on June 24, for the first-time ever, diesel was priced greater than petrol in Delhi. A litre of diesel, after at present’s revision, prices 0.02 paise greater than a litre of petrol.