Petrol and diesel prices to be hiked to Rs 3 per liter after Assembly Election 2021 inspection details

Petrol and diesel rates have not been increased since February 27.

The general public will soon find it expensive to buy petrol and diesel. Petrol and diesel (petrol-diesel prices) will go up by the end of this month. According to government sources, oil companies may hike petrol and diesel prices by the end of the 2021 Assembly elections.

New Delhi. The general public will soon find it expensive to buy petrol and diesel. Petrol and diesel (petrol-diesel prices) will go up by the end of this month. According to government sources, oil companies may hike petrol and diesel prices by the end of the 2021 Assembly elections. Assembly elections are underway in states across the country. This time the assembly elections are in the final stages. The last phase of elections in West Bengal (WB Assembly Elections 2021) is on April 29. Meanwhile, oil companies have so far not raised prices, keeping prices stable. According to government sources, oil prices will rise after the Assembly elections.

2-3-. Increase to Rs

According to ANI, petrol and diesel prices will go up by Rs 2 to Rs 3 after the Assembly elections. However, this momentum will not come once, it will come slowly. Let us know that the demand for crude oil in the world market has decreased, which has kept it at the level of प्रति per hectare.

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According to an ANI report, petrol and diesel prices have not been increased since February 27. Meanwhile, fuel prices have been reduced four times in March and April. After the cut, petrol price in the national capital has been reduced by 77 paise per liter and diesel by 74 paise per liter.
The average crude price for an Indian basket in February was १ 1.22 a barrel. In March it was प्रति per barrel. a73, while the average price so far in April is $$ dollars.

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Know, today’s fresh quote

In Delhi, a liter of petrol costs Rs 90.40. Also, a liter of diesel costs Rs 80.73. According to today’s prices, petrol in Mumbai is Rs.8383 and diesel is Rs.871.11 per liter, petrol in Kolkata is Rs.6.20.22 and diesel is Rs.68.31 and petrol in Chennai is Rs.4.2. Rs Rs and diesel. 85.73 is Rs.




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