Petrol Diesel Price: Indian oil companies give information about their latest fuel rates every day at 6 am. Meanwhile, today again companies have released fuel rates. Under this, changes in fuel prices have been seen in some major cities of India today. In this, fuel has become cheaper in Ajmer and Ahmedabad, while the same price increase has been recorded in Agra and Noida.
In this sequence, in the international market price of crude oil A surge has also been recorded. According to the latest information, today the price of WTI crude oil has increased by 0.45 percent to $ 90.03 per barrel, while the price of Brent crude oil has reached $ 93.27 per barrel.
Fuel prices in Indian metros
Fuel prices in the metropolitan cities of India have been stable for a long time.
|Mumbai||Rs 106.31||Rs 94.27|
|Kolkata||Rs 106.03||Rs 92.76|
|Chennai||Rs 102.74||Rs 94.33|
|New Delhi||Rs 96.72||Rs 89.62|
Fuel prices changed in these cities
Let us tell you that there are some cities in India where changes in fuel prices have been recorded. It includes cities like Ajmer, Ahmedabad, Noida and Agra. The change in price here is being attributed to the difference in tax slabs.
According to the information received, fuel has become cheaper in Ajmer and Ahmedabad. Under this, petrol in Ajmer has become cheaper by 40 paise to Rs 108.14 while diesel has become cheaper by 37 paise to Rs 93.41 per litre. In Ahmedabad, petrol is 15 paise cheaper at Rs 96.42 and diesel is 15 paise cheaper at Rs 92.17 per litre. Whereas a slight increase in fuel prices has been recorded in Noida and Agra. Under this, petrol in Noida has become costlier by 6 paise and is being sold at Rs 96.65, while diesel has become costlier by 6 paise and is being sold at Rs 89.82 per litre. Talking about Agra, here petrol has become costlier by 16 paise to Rs 96.36 and diesel has become cheaper by 16 paise and is available to the people at the rate of Rs 89.53 per litre.
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