The decision not to increase the price of petrol in Pakistan, but in India for the sixth day in a row, the price has gone up, where has the price reached? Learn


The decision not to increase petrol prices in Pakistan but for the sixth consecutive day in India …

New Delhi (Daily Pakistan Online) Pakistan has decided to maintain petrol prices this time, but for the sixth day in a row in India, the prices of petroleum products have been increased due to rising global crude oil prices.

According to the details, the prices of petroleum products in India have reached new highs in history after rising once again. In New Delhi, the price of both petrol and diesel has been increased by 35 paise per liter.

In Delhi, petrol is being sold at 109.69 Indian rupees (252 Pakistani rupees), diesel at 98.42 Indian rupees (226 Pakistani rupees), while in Mumbai, petrol is being sold at 115.50 Indian rupees per liter and diesel at 106.62 Indian rupees.

Prices of petroleum products also vary from state to state in India due to local rents and taxes.

The highest price of petrol in India is in Trivandrum where petrol is selling at Rs 112.07 while the most expensive diesel is being sold at Rs 108.39 in Jaipur.

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