Petrol, Diesel Hiked Again; Petrol Near Rs. 100 In New Delhi

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oi-Roshni Agarwal
| Updated: Sunday, July 4, 2021, 8:27 [IST]

Oil marketing companies have once again hiked fuel prices taking them to record high. For petrol, the prices have been raised by maximum 41 paise, while diesel prices have been raised by 24 paise.

 Petrol, Diesel Prices Hiked Again; Petrol Near Rs. 100 In New Delhi

City Petrol in Rs/litre Diesel in Rs/litre
New delhi Rs. 99.51 Rs. 89.36
Mumbai Rs. 105.58 Rs.96.91
Chennai Rs. 100.44 Rs. 92.27
Kolkata Rs. 99.45 Rs. 92.27

Further, petrol prices have breached Rs. 100 mark per litre in states such as MP, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Karnataka, Odisha, J&K and Ladakh. In metropolitan cities Hyderabad, Bengaluru it is already up over Rs. 100 per litre.

Notably, since 2017 prices of fuel are deregulated and have been following dynamic pricing model wherein prices are changed every day at 6 am basis the international crude rates in the previous fortnight.

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