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Gasoline-Diesel Prices Today: New Gasoline-Diesel Prices Released, Know What The Oil Rate Is In Your City


Oil companies released gasoline and diesel prices on Friday. There has been no change in oil prices even today. According to the oil companies, no change was observed in oil prices in any city. Gasoline is sold at Rs 96.72 per liter and diesel at Rs 89.62 per liter in the capital Delhi. Meanwhile, in the financial capital Mumbai, the price of petrol is Rs 106.31 per liter while the price of diesel is sold at Rs 94.27.

Speaking of the price of crude oil in international markets, the price has been stable for a long time. However, a change was observed on Wednesday. Crude prices were recorded at $97.76 per barrel, Brent at $107 per barrel and Brent at $107 per barrel.

Oil prices in these cities

According to oil companies, like the day before, gasoline and diesel prices are also stable on Thursday.

  • Bhopal – Petrol price is Rs 108.65 and diesel price is Rs 93.90 per litre.

  • Ranchi- The price of petrol is Rs 99.84 and the price of diesel is Rs 94.65 per litre.

  • Jaipur – The price of petrol is Rs 108.48 and the price of diesel is Rs 93.72 per litre.

  • Bengaluru – The price of petrol is Rs 101.94 and the price of diesel is Rs 87.89 per litre.

  • Lucknow- The price of petrol is Rs 96.57 and the price of diesel is Rs 89.76 per litre.

  • Chennai – The price of petrol is Rs 102.63 and the price of diesel is Rs 94.24 per litre.

  • Kolkata – The price of petrol is Rs 106.03 and the price of diesel is Rs 92.76 per litre.

  • Patna- The price of petrol is Rs 107.24 and the price of diesel is Rs 94.04 per litre.

Know the price of oil in other cities like this

You can easily know the price of gasoline and diesel in your city even sitting at home. For this you must send an SMS to the number 9224992249 with the code RPS. Let us know that each city’s RPS code is different. You can easily find the RPS code for your city by visiting Indian Oil’s official website.

State governments have also reduced VAT

On May 21, the central government reduced excise duties due to rising gasoline and diesel tariffs. Apart from this, some states have also relieved the public by reducing VAT. It has been announced to reduce excise duty on petrol and diesel down to Rs 8 and Rs 6 per liter respectively.

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