Petrol prices skyrocket in India, people scream

New Delhi: Petrol and diesel prices continue to rise in India, with petrol crossing the Rs 100 mark in most cities.

Petrol and diesel prices in India rose by 35-35 paise per liter for the third day in a row on Saturday as crude oil prices continued to rise in the international market.

In the capital, New Delhi, petrol has gone up by Rs 355 per liter to Rs 105.49 per liter and diesel by Rs 94.22 per liter today.

After that the prices remained stable for two days but since then the period of price rise has started. After the hike, petrol in Mumbai has gone up to Rs 111.43 and diesel to Rs 102.15 per liter. In Bhopal, the capital of Madhya Pradesh, petrol has been priced at Rs 114.09 per liter and diesel at Rs 103.40 per liter.

In Ranchi, the capital of Jharkhand, petrol and diesel prices are on the rise. In Ranchi, petrol has reached Rs 99.92 per liter and diesel Rs 99.44 per liter. However, petrol in Ranchi is still the cheapest in the country.

The price of petrol has crossed Rs 100 per liter in most of the major cities of the country and diesel in most of the major cities of the country is now heading towards a century. In some cities, the price of diesel has crossed Rs 100.

So far this month, the prices of these two fuels have gone up by 13 days out of 16 days. So far this month, petrol has gone up by Rs 3.85 per liter and diesel by Rs 4.35 per liter.

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Crude oil is still at a high level in the international market, with the US crude rising over the weekend on Friday, with Brent crude rising ڈالر 0.86 to .8 84.86 a barrel. US crude rose 17 1.17 to .2 82.28 a barrel.

According to oil marketing company Indian Oil Corporation, petrol in Delhi reached Rs 105.49 per liter and diesel Rs 94.22 per liter. Petrol and diesel prices are monitored daily and on this basis new prices are applied every day from 6 am.


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