Petrol and Diesel Price Hike: Oil prices increased for the third consecutive day in the capital Delhi,

Fuel Price Hike: Fuel prices have increased for the third consecutive day. The prices of petrol and diesel in the national capital Delhi have been increased by 35 paise on Friday. After this, the new price of petrol in Delhi has increased to Rs 108, 64 paise, while the price of diesel has now increased to Rs 97 37 paise.

Talking about Mumbai, here the price of petrol has increased to Rs 114 47 paise and diesel to Rs 105 to 49 paise. The new rate of petrol in Kolkata has now been Rs 109 to 2 paise while diesel has become Rs 100 to 49 paise. So at the same time, in Chennai, petrol will now be available for Rs 105, 43 paise and diesel for Rs 101, 59 paise.

A day before this, on Thursday, the prices of petrol and diesel were increased by 35 paise. After this, now petrol in the national capital Delhi has gone up to Rs 108, 29 paise per liter, while the price of diesel has reached Rs 97, 02 paise.

Petrol getting Rs 120 per liter in MP

Here, in Anuppur district of Madhya Pradesh, the price of petrol increased to Rs 120.40 per liter and diesel to Rs 109.50 per liter on Thursday. A petrol pump operator gave this information. Anuppur petrol pump operator Abhishek Jaiswal said that in the last 24 hours, the price of petrol here increased by 36 paise per liter, while the price of diesel increased by 33 paise per liter.

He said that on Wednesday, petrol was sold at Rs 120.04 per liter and diesel at Rs 109.17 per liter. At the same time, Madhya Pradesh Petrol Pump Owners Association secretary Nakul Sharma told news agency ‘PTI’ that on Thursday, after an increase of 36 paise, the price of petrol in Bhopal was Rs 116.94 per liter and the price of diesel was increased by 38 paise to Rs 106.35. per liter reached. He said that on Wednesday, petrol in Bhopal was Rs 116.58 per liter and diesel Rs 105.97 per liter. Sharma said that on October 1, the price of petrol and diesel in Bhopal was Rs 110.33 and Rs 99.05 per liter respectively.

 

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