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Petrol Prices Near ₹90/litre in Delhi, ₹100 in Mumbai. Check Rate In Your City

Except for Delhi, petrol is over Rs 90 a litre mark while diesel is over Rs 80 in all metro cities.

Updated: February 15, 2021 2:45 PM IST

By News Desk | Edited by Surabhi Shaurya

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Petrol, Diesel Prices Today: Aam Aadmi (common people) are yet to receive any respite from skyrocketing fuel prices, as the retail rates of petrol and diesel were hiked for the seventh consecutive day on Monday. While the petrol saw an increase of 26 paise, oil marketing companies raised the pump price of diesel by a high level of 29 paise per litre in the national capital. Following the hike, petrol is now priced at Rs 88.99 a litre and diesel Rs 79.35 a litre in Delhi.

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In Mumbai, petrol price is just Rs 4 per litre short (Rs 95.46 a litre) of touching three-digit mark of Rs 100 per litre for the very first ever anywhere in the country. Diesel price in the city is closing on Rs 90 a litre (Rs 86.34 a litre).

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Except for Delhi, petrol is over Rs 90 a litre mark while diesel is over Rs 80 in all metro cities. In the last seven days, the price has gone up by Rs 2.06 per litre for petrol while diesel rate has risen by Rs 2.56 a litre.

Check rates in major cities here: 

Name of City Petrol Diesel
 Delhi 88.99 79.35
 Kolkata 90.25 82.94
 Mumbai 95.46 86.34
 Chennai 91.19 84.44
 Bengaluru 91.97 84.12
 Hyderabad 92.53 86.55
 Patna 91.38 84.57
 Lucknow 87.64 79.72
 Jaipur 95.44 87.69
 Gurugram 87.00 79.92

The reason behind fuel price hike

The current price rise is largely on account of steep increase in central taxes of petrol and diesel and firm crude prices. The Budget has also imposed a new agriculture infrastructure and development cess.

However, petroleum minister Dharmendra Pradhan has ruled out any cut in duty on petro products. The petrol and diesel prices have increased 19 times in 2021 with the two auto fuels increasing by Rs 5.28 and Rs 5.48 per litre respectively so far this year.

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Published Date: February 15, 2021 11:45 AM IST

Updated Date: February 15, 2021 2:45 PM IST