So, HPCL, BPCL, IOC increased Petrol-Diesel Price Today’s prices for the twelfth consecutive day (petrol, diesel prices rose for the twelfth consecutive day). During this time, Rs 6.53 per litre of petrol has become expensive, and Rs 7.04 per litre of diesel.
So, Globally, people are not getting the benefit of dropping foreign crude oil prices. Thus, the country’s government oil marketing firm (HPCL, BPCL, IOC) for the 12th consecutive day boosted petrol-diesel prices (petrol, diesel prices today) (petrol, diesel prices increased for the 12th day in a row). So, in capital Delhi, on Thursday the new petrol price increased to Rs 77.81 per litre, which on Wednesday was Rs 77.28 per litre.
In Delhi, the diesel price has also increased by 64 paise, and the new price has risen to Rs 76.43 per litre. Petrol prices fell by 53 paise and diesel prices by 64 paise during this period. Also, Let’s tell you that in 12 days, Rs 6.53 per litre of petrol has become expensive, and Rs 7.04 per litre of diesel.
New Petrol-Diesel Price (Petrol Diesel Price on 18th June 2020) –
Petrol price Rs 77.81 per litre
Diesel price Rs 76.43 per litre
petrol price Rs 79.07 per litre
diesel price Rs 69.38 per litre
petrol price Rs 78.97 per litre
diesel price Rs 69.29 per litre
petrol price Rs 76.24 per litre
Diesel price Rs 69.08 per litre
Petrol price Rs 84.66 per litre
Diesel price 74.93 per litre
Petrol price Rs 79.59 per litre
Diesel price Rs 71.96 per litre
Petrol price Rs 81.32 per litre
Diesel price Rs 74.23 per litre
So, How to check the price of petrol and diesel in your city?
Also, Prices for petrol-diesel change daily and will be updated at 6 am. The daily cost of petrol and diesel can also be identified via SMS (How to test the daily price of diesel fuel). In fact, there are three ways to test the price of petrol and diesel in your city: Use the oil marketing companies pump locator, you can find out the price. Also, Download the IOC app on Fuel @. Thus, Submit an SMS to 92249 92249 to find the price.
So, Jharkhand raised the tax on petrol-diesel; it was decided to increase the VAT on petrol-diesel sold in Jharkhand; The government will charge 22 per cent VAT on both products but in case of price fluctuations, the minimum VAT on diesel has been increased from Rs 8.37 to Rs 12.50 while on petrol it has been increased from Rs 15 to Rs 17.