New Delhi: Fuel Prices Today, Petrol and diesel cost climbed for the 10th consecut|ive day on Wednesday by 23-26 paise per liter separately. The petroleum costs arrived at a record high of Rs 89.54 in the public capital, a day subsequent to penetrating the Rs 89-a-liter imprint. The diesel costs remained at Rs 79.95 when contrasted with Rs 79.70 a liter on Tuesday, according to information from the Indian Oil Corporation site.
In Mumbai, petroleum cost contacted the Rs 96 for every liter imprint today, the greatest cost to date, as contrasted and Rs 95.75 on Tuesday. After a 26 paise climb, individuals in Mumbai need to dish out Rs 86.98 for a liter of diesel. Petroleum cost in Kolkata was climbed to Rs 90.78 per liter from Rs 90.54, while diesel rates were expanded to Rs 83.54 a liter from Rs 83.29.
In Chennai, petroleum crept up 16 paise to sell at Rs 91.68. Diesel was retailing at Rs 85.01 in the city. In Bangalore, petroleum and diesel costs crept up by 26 paise to Rs 92.54. In Kolkata, the retail cost of petroleum cost was expanded by 24 paise to Rs 90.78 per liter.
The retail rates, which vary from state to state-contingent upon the rate of nearby deals assessment or VAT and cargo charges, will see another flood after the most recent round of climb. Petroleum and diesel costs are overhauled consistently in accordance with benchmark worldwide cost and unfamiliar trade rates.