Oil and diesel prices have risen 23 times on June 11 since May 4. In the last increase carried out by oil companies, gasoline has risen by 31 countries per liter, while the price of diesel has risen by 28 countries per liter.
Today the price of Mumbain diesel is a thing of the past ₹102 liters. After the last ride, it will cost a liter of gasoline ₹102.04. The price of Mumbai diesel has been revised ₹94.15 liters.
Hyderabad is now approaching the three-digit gasoline mark. It will now cost a liter of petrol in the capital Telangana ₹99.62. Diesel is not left behind by increasing the cost per liter ₹94.57.
The price of benzola in Bengaluru is also embarrassing with the three-digit mark. At ₹At 99.05 per liter, Bengaluru is one of the most expensive meters in India than gasoline. The price of diesel, meanwhile, has risen ₹91.97 liters.
The price of diesel in Delhi remains affordable ₹95.85 per liter, while diesel costs under the Rs-90 mark. A liter of diesel in Delhi will cost 86.75 now.
Sri Ganganagar in Rajasthan, close to Pakistan’s international border, is the most expensive place to buy Indian fuel. It is the first place in the country where both fuels cost more than the cost ₹100 liters. The price of oil surpassed the three-digit mark a long time ago and is still there ₹106.94 per liter. The price of Sri Ganganagar diesel is about 20 rupees per liter for violating 100 rupees per liter.
Since the beginning of the year, there have been 49 increases in India’s first fuel prices in the first six months. Until March 24, when oil companies stopped revising prices up before the five state assembly elections, gasoline and diesel prices rose ₹7.46 per liter and ₹7.60 liters in 26 rides. Oil companies began raising prices again on May 4, following the results of state surveys. Since then, on 23 increases, gasoline and diesel prices have risen more than ever ₹6 liters. Several states, including Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Ladakh, have seen the price of gasoline go beyond ₹100 liters