Due to the increase in the prices of crude oil, the prices of petrol and diesel have also seen an increase in the country. However, after a two-day hike, there has been no change in the prices of petrol and diesel on Friday. However, after two consecutive days of increase on Wednesday and Thursday, the petrol price has reached a new record in Delhi.
Petrol and diesel prices increased for the second consecutive day on Thursday. Petrol has been increased to Rs 84.70 per litre in Delhi, while in Mumbai it is Rs 91.32 per litre. Petrol has become costlier by 50 paise per litre in Delhi in two days. Oil marketing companies on Thursday increased the price of petrol by 25 paise in Delhi and Mumbai, 23 paise in Kolkata and 22 paise in Chennai. At the same time, the price of diesel has been increased by 25 paise in Delhi and Kolkata, 26 paise in Mumbai and 24 paise in Chennai.
Petrol has reached a new high of Rs 84.70 per litre in Delhi in terms of a price increase. At the same time, diesel prices in Mumbai have reached a new high. According to the website of Indian Oil, petrol prices in Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai and Chennai have increased to Rs 84.70, Rs 86.15, Rs 91.32 and Rs 87.40 per litre respectively. At the same time, diesel prices have also increased to Rs 74.88, Rs 78.47, Rs 81.60 and Rs 80.19 per litre in Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai and Chennai respectively.
Record level was created in 2018
Earlier on October 4, 2018, petrol prices in all the four metros reached a record high. During that time Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai and Chennai had gone up to Rs 84, Rs 85.80, Rs 91.34 and Rs 87.33 per litre respectively. Petrol prices have gone to new highs in Delhi, Kolkata and Chennai, while in Mumbai it is close to new highs. On 4 October 2018 in Mumbai Petrol price was Rs 91.34 per litre.