Petrol and diesel prices have not been changed today. Oil companies have not hiked fuel prices today (Saturday) due to which petrol and diesel prices are stable in the market on July 3. Petrol in Delhi rests at Rs 99.16 while diesel at Rs 89.18 per litre.
(July 2) petrol became costlier on Friday:-
Petrol prices crossed Rs 100 a litre in Chennai as well as Punjab and some places in Kerala as petrol prices were hiked once again on Friday. Petrol rose above Rs 99 per litre in Delhi and Kolkata. The same, there are two metros where petrol prices have not reached Rs 100 a litre so far.
Petrol prices hiked by Rs 35 per litre on July 2:-
Let us tell you that petrol prices rose by 35 paise per litre on Friday. However, there was no change in diesel prices. Petrol prices have been hiked 33 times in the last two months. This raised the price of fuel to new heights in many parts of the country. Petrol was sold at Rs 99.16 a litre in Delhi on Friday while Rs 99.04 per litre in Kolkata. In other metros like Mumbai, Bengaluru, Hyderabad and Pune, petrol crossed Rs 100 a litre last month.
Petrol across 100 in these states:-
Due to different rates of local taxes like freight charges and value added tax (VAT), fuel prices vary in different regions. That is why petrol rose above Rs 100 a litre at some places in Punjab and across Kerala. With the latest price hike, petrol has touched over Rs 100 a litre in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Karnataka, Jammu and Kashmir, Odisha, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Bihar, Punjab and Ladakh.