Tuesday, May 5, 2020

Petrol-Diesel Price: Diesel 7.10 and Petrol Rs 1.67 Costlier After 50 Days

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Indian Oil has increased diesel prices by Rs 7.10 per liter in Delhi and by Rs 1.67 per liter in petrol prices. The price of one liter of petrol in the capital Delhi increased to Rs 71.26. At the same time, 69.39 rupees will have to be paid for a liter of diesel.

new Delhi. Oil marketing companies have raised petrol-diesel prices 50 days later amid a nationwide lockdown to prevent an outbreak of Coronavirus. Government oil company Indian Oil has increased diesel prices by Rs 7.10 per liter in Delhi and by Rs 1.67 per liter in petrol prices. The price of one liter of petrol in the capital Delhi increased to Rs 71.26. At the same time, 69.39 rupees will have to be paid for a liter of diesel. Earlier, the price of petrol in Delhi was Rs 69.59 per liter and the price of diesel was Rs 62.29 per liter.

Delhi government increases VAT
Delhi government has increased VAT on petrol and diesel on Tuesday. VAT on petrol was increased from 27 percent to 30 percent while VAT on diesel was increased from 16.75 percent to 30 percent. The increase in VAT led to an increase in diesel prices by Rs 7.10 and petrol prices by Rs 1.67 per liter.

Petrol and diesel prices also changed in Chennai

Apart from Delhi, the prices of petrol and diesel have also increased in Chennai. In Chennai, there has been an increase of Rs 3.26 per liter on petrol and Rs 2.51 on diesel. After this increase, the price of one liter of petrol in Chennai was Rs 75.54 and the price of diesel was Rs 65.71 per liter ..

Let us know that the prices of petrol and diesel are reviewed daily in India. Petroleum companies issue new prices every day at 6 am. The price of petrol and diesel includes excise duty, VAT and diesel commission.

How to chuck your city
You can also check the price of petrol and diesel in your city daily through SMS. Indian Oil (IOC) consumers can send RSP <Dealer Code> to number 9224992249 and HPCL consumer HPPRICE <Dealer Code> can be sent to number 9222201122. BPCL consumers can send RSP <Dealer Code> to number 9223112222.

Oil became expensive in these states too
Earlier, three states Nagaland, Assam, Meghalaya have increased oil prices to compensate for the losses caused by the ongoing lockdown due to the coronavirus epidemic. These states have increased the cess on petrol and diesel. Nagaland has imposed Kovid-19 cess of Rs 6 per liter on petrol and Rs 5 per liter on diesel. This decision has come into effect from midnight of 28 April.

In Assam, the price of petrol rose from Rs 71.61 to Rs 77.46 per liter and the price of diesel from Rs 65.07 to Rs 70.50 per liter. The revised rates became effective from midnight on 22 April. Petrol-diesel prices in Assam increased by 6 rupees due to an increase in tax. At the same time, the price of one-liter petrol in Meghalaya was Rs 74.9 and the price of diesel was Rs 67.5. According to a government notification, the new tax rate for petrol is 31 percent or Rs 17.6 per liter and for diesel 22.5 percent or Rs 12.5 per liter. The notice states that a 2% sales tax surcharge will be levied on both petrol and diesel.
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