Petrol price cost at Rs106.59 per litre in Mumbai; CNG, PNG prices hiked in NCR

Petrol Price

The price of petrol and diesel increased for the second consecutive day. In Delhi, petrol price touched to an all-time high of Rs100.56, while diesel retails at Rs89.62.

In Mumbai, where the price of petrol was being sold at over the Rs100-a-litre mark since May 29 and today petrol price cost Rs106.59 a litre and diesel to Rs97.18 per litre.

Whereas other metro cities, in Kolkata, now have to shell out Rs100.62 for a litre of petrol and Rs92.65 per litre for diesel. Petrol in Chennai increased to Rs101.37 per litre, while diesel reached Rs94.15 per litre.

Also, the petrol price has crossed the Rs100-a-litre mark in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Karnataka, Jammu and Kashmir, Odisha, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Bihar, Punjab, Ladakh, Sikkim and Pondicherry.

Meanwhile, the price of LPG cylinders, CNG and PNG prices have been revised from today, as announced by Indraprastha Gas Ltd (IGL).

Compressed natural gas (CNG) retail price has been revised in Delhi to Rs44.30/kg from Rs43.40/kg with effect from today.

On the other hand, piped natural gas (PNG) domestic price is going to be Rs29.66 per SCM (Standard Cubic Meter).

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