Petrol Fuel price crosses Rs 80 in Delhi nears Rs 88 in Mumbai


For the first time in Delhi petrol costs 80 rupees in Mumbai, price close to 88

There is a fire in petrol and diesel prices across the country. On Saturday, the price of petrol in Delhi reached the historical level. The price of petrol has increased by 39 paisa in the country’s capital, after which the petrol is now sold across the 80 rupees. This is the first time in Delhi that prices of petrol have touched 80 rupees per liter.

At present, the price of petrol is 80.38 rupees per liter. There was an increase in diesel prices by 44 paisa. In Delhi, diesel today is sold 72.51 paise per liter.

Talking about Mumbai, the price of petrol has increased by 38 paise. Today’s price of petrol in the country’s economic capital is 87.77 rupees per liter. While diesel is being sold 47 paise, Rs 87.39 per liter is being sold.
In the last one month, the price of diesel has increased by Rs 4 per liter, while the price of petrol has increased by Rs 3 per liter. Opposition parties are an attacker on the government about rising oil prices. Congress has called off India on 10th September. The Congress of India also supports the Left parties.



Dharmendra Pradhan should get gasoline, diesel under GST

Union Minister of Petroleum and Natural Gas Dharmendra Pradhan said on Friday that the rise in oil prices in the country is being done by international factors and now it has become necessary that the petrol and diesel be brought under the Goods and Services Tax (GST).

The Prime Minister said in Bhubaneswar that the unusual increase in oil prices is due to the political and economic situation of the international level. The center is cautious about it. Pradhan said that now it become necessary that petrol and diesel brought under GST. Both are not yet in GST, so the country is facing a loss of around Rs 15,000 crore. If petrol, diesel  brought under GST then it in the interest of everyone including the consumers.

On asked about the Center’s efforts to cut oil prices, Pradhan said that no one can solve this issue effectively by reducing excise duty.

He said that due to the political situation in countries like Iran, Venezuela and Turkey, crude oil production affected. The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries OPEC has not been able to increase the production of crude oil, while it promised it.

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