Digital Desk, New Delhi. Indian oil marketing companies (IOC, HPCL & BPCL) have raised the rates of petrol-diesel again today (Saturday, 28 November). Where the price of petrol has increased from 21 to 24 paise per liter. At the same time, diesel has become expensive from 26 to 28 paise per liter. Let me tell you, last Friday, after 50 days, there was a change in the prices of diesel after 41 days.
On Friday, companies had increased the price of petrol by 17 to 19 paise per liter and diesel by 20 to 22 paise per liter. Experts believe that Crude oil prices in international markets may increase further in the coming days. Which is sure to have an impact on the domestic market as well. Right now you know today’s prices …
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price of petrol
According to the website of Indian Oil, today the price of petrol in the country’s capital Delhi is Rs 82.13 per liter. Petrol is getting 88.81 rupees per liter in the financial capital Mumbai. Talk about Kolkata, you will have to pay 83.67 rupees for a liter of petrol here. While in Chennai, petrol will be available for Rs 85.12 per liter.
The price of diesel in Delhi has been increased to Rs 72.13 per liter. Diesel is being sold in Mumbai at Rs 78.66 per liter. In Kolkata you will get one liter diesel available for Rs 75.70. Whereas in Chennai, you have to pay Rs 77.56 for a liter of diesel.
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Consumers may suffer losses
The way the price of crude oil is increasing, if it continues and increases more then it can become a loss deal for the Government of India and consumers. The government may have to pay more crude import bill and the increase in prices will have an impact on the common man’s pocket as the price of petrol and diesel increases in the domestic market.
It is known that along with the foreign exchange rates, the prices of petrol and diesel change daily depending on what the prices of crude are in the international market. Based on these standards, oil marketing companies (OMCs) decide the petrol rate and diesel rate daily. Indian Oil, Bharat Petroleum and Hindustan Petroleum revise petrol and diesel rates at 6 am every day.