Last month, Bhopal became the first state capital to surpass the $100 mark in gasoline costs. Then came Jaipur, and finally Mumbai. Last week, petrol retailed for more than a hundred rupees in Hyderabad and Bengaluru. More state capitals raised fuel prices on Thursday, bringing them closer to the psychological mark of $100. After remaining unchanged for a day, the nationwide price of petrol increased by 26 paisa.
The cost of petrol in Delhi has increased for the thirteenth time this month, to 97.76 a litre, while diesel is currently selling for 88.30 per litre. In Mumbai, petrol costs 103.89 rupees per litre, while diesel costs 95.79 rupees per litre.
In addition, Patna and Thiruvananthapuram, the capital of Kerala, are on the verge of joining the list of state capitals where motor fuel has become scarce.
The following are the most recent rates in your city:
Petrol prices in Delhi are 97.76 per litre, while diesel prices are 88.30 per litre.
Petrol prices in Mumbai are 103.89 per litre, while diesel prices are 95.79 per litre.