Petrol Break all records, crosses Rs 84 per liter


New Delhi: The price of petrol has broken the record of all the magic figure of 84 rupees.
Petrol prices in Mumbai have risen to Rs 84.07 per liter in Mumbai. In Delhi, the price of one liter petrol has reached Rs 76.24 per liter.

Along with that, Diesel has also made the record of being the most expensive in its history. In Mumbai, the price of diesel has risen to Rs 71.94 per liter, while in Delhi, diesel has also been priced at Rs 67.57 a liter. Last night, oil companies raised 33 paise in petrol. Mumbai is one such city in India, where petrol is being sold at the most expensive price.

Prohibition of price fluctuations in 19 days before the Karnataka elections ended on May 14 and since then, prices have continued to rise in 7 days so far. In just about a week, the price of petrol has gone up by Rs 1.61 per liter and diesel has been increased by Rs 1.64 per liter.

The price of petrol in the country’s financial capital Mumbai is 84.07 liters, while in Bhopal it is priced at Rs 81.83 per liter. Petrol in Patna is sold for Rs 81.73. In Hyderabad, 80.76 and in Srinagar, petrol is getting 80.35 rupees. 78.91 in Kolkata and Rs 79.13 in Chennai is selling petrol. The cheapest petrol is in the capital of Goa, Panaji, where only Rs 70.26 is available.

Talking about diesel, diesel is getting the most expensive Rs 73.45 a liter due to local taxes in Hyderabad. Diesel is getting Rs 73.34 in Trivandrum. Apart from this, diesel prices are running more than Rs 70 per liter in other cities including Raipur, Gandhinagar, Bhubaneswar, Patna, Jaipur, Bhopal, Ranchi and Srinagar. According to the notification, Diesel is getting cheap at Rs 63.35 in Port Blair. Its price in Mumbai is Rs 71.94.