Fuel price rises again, with a big relief before rates gone high…

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New Delhi: Oil prices have continued to increase. Once again on Saturday, prices of petrol and diesel have increased. Petrol prices in Delhi have increased by 18 paise, while the price of diesel has increased by 29 paise. Now the price of petrol in the capital is Rs 82.66 and the price of diesel has been increased to Rs 75.19 per liter.

At the same time, prices of petrol and diesel have also increased in Mumbai. Petrol prices also went up by 18 paise and diesel prices by 31 paise. Now the price of petrol in Mumbai is Rs 88.12 and the price of diesel is Rs 78.82 per liter.

Although prices of both petrol and diesel are rising every day, the special thing is that since the central government has reduced the prices of oil, since then petrol prices have declined and prices of diesel are going up Getting to see

Earlier on Friday, prices of petrol and diesel were seen to be seen. Petrol and diesel prices in Delhi were up 12 paise and 28 paise respectively, while in Mumbai, petrol and diesel prices were up 12 paise and 29 paise respectively.

On October 4, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley had announced a reduction of Rs 2.50 per liter in petrol and diesel prices. Along with this, many states had cut the price of petrol and diesel by Rs 2.50. But once again, after the reduction in oil prices, prices began to rise again, which is continuously going on.

Now the prices of petrol and diesel reduced by the government are also going to end. When the government had announced a reduction of Rs 2.50 per liter in petrol and diesel prices on October 4, then the price of petrol in Delhi was 84 rupees per liter, after the fall, it was sold at Rs. 81.50 per liter on October 5.

At the same time, on October 4, the price of diesel in Delhi was Rs 75.45 per liter, which was Rs. 72.95 per liter after the reduction of 2.50. But now the price of petrol and diesel has reached once again, from which the government had reduced it. As of October 5, diesel prices have increased by Rs 2.24 and petrol prices have increased by 1.16 rupees.

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