What is the current rate of petrol and Diesel in Mumbai?
In Mumbai, petrol price is retailing at Rs 107.83 per litre.
|Mumbai||Rs 107.83||Rs 97.45|
|Chennai||Rs 102.49||Rs 94.39|
|Gurgaon||Rs 99.46||Rs 90.47|
|Noida||Rs 99.00||Rs 90.32|
What is Petrol price in Mumbai?
Petrol Price in Mumbai Today:
The price of Petrol in Mumbai is at Rs 107.83 per litre Today.
Which city has lowest petrol price in India?
Among all major cities of India, Delhi has the lowest fuel rates— ₹ 81.63 for petrol, ₹ 73.54 for diesel.
What is petrol price in Maharashtra today?
Petrol Price in Maharashtra (27th July 2021)
|City||Today Price||Yesterday Price|
|Latur||₹ 108.69||₹ 109.18|
|Mumbai||₹ 107.83||₹ 107.83|
|Nagpur||₹ 107.91||₹ 107.85|
|Nanded||₹ 110.60||₹ 109.93|
Why is petrol cheap in Goa?
Petrol Price in North Goa (28th July 2021)
The rupee has also moved lower against the dollar, which has made petrol prices in North Goa more expensive than before. It is hoped that the government can reduce excise duties, so as to enable rates to become more cheaper in the coming days.
Why is petrol so expensive?
The price hike is a result of Singapore Mogas 95 – the benchmark that determines Australian fuel costs – trading at about $80 a barrel, a 21-month high. … Across Sydney, unleaded 91 prices are beginning to soar in selected service stations, according to NSW government website fuelcheck.nsw.gov.au.
Which State has costliest petrol in India?
In Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh the price of petrol is Rs 107.43, while diesel prices are at Rs 97.93 per litre, making it one of the most fuel-expensive states in the country at the moment. In Rajasthan’s capital Jaipur the price of petrol stands at Rs 105.91 per litre of fuel and diesel is at Rs 98.29 per litre.
What is petrol rate in Goa?
Today’s Petrol price in Panjim (Goa) is Rs. 99.58 per Litre. Last change in Panjim petrol price was on July 27, 2021 and it was increased by +0 rupees.
Petrol Price in Panjim.
|PETROL PRICE IN PANJIM FOR LAST 10 DAYS|
|09 February, 2020||₹ 68.93Per Litre||₹ -0.09|
|08 February, 2020||₹ 69.02Per Litre||₹ -0.34|
|07 February, 2020||₹ 69.36Per Litre||₹ -0.20|
Who is increasing petrol price in India?
Meanwhile, the Modi govt has increased fuel prices by ₹7/litre in just the last six weeks,” he wrote on Twitter. Lame. Indians consumed 30 million MT of petrol and 73 MMT of diesel, or 14,228 crore litres in 2019-20. A ₹20,000 crore bond payment adds up to *drumroll* ₹1.40/litre.