Again Rise In Fuel Charges: Petrol 86.25; Diesel 75.12 Per Ltr
Proceeding with the upward pattern, petrol and diesel costs have hit an unsurpassed high and surprisingly, there is a minor hole between the costs of petrol and diesel.
Petrol is offering at a cost of Rs 78.84 for every liter in Delhi today. In Mumbai, petrol is retailing at Rs 86.25 for every liter. Fuel is evaluated at Rs 81.76 for every liter in Kolkata and Rs 81.92 for each liter in Chennai.
Diesel has been offering at a record high. Diesel can be purchased today at Rs 70.76 for every liter in Delhi – a climb of 34 paise from Saturday. Diesel can be purchased at Rs 75.12 for every liter in Mumbai, Rs 73.61 for every liter in Kolkata and Rs 74.77 for each liter in Chennai.
Fuel is least expensive in Delhi among all the four metro urban areas and most state capitals because of a lower rate of the VAT. Mumbai has the most noteworthy rate if VAT, henceforth the costs.
Mumbai has the most elevated VAT (Value Added Tax) of 39.12 percent on petrol. Delhi charges a VAT of 27 percent on petrol and 17.24 percent on diesel.
As fuel cost are proceeding with the flood, the Indian Rupee has fallen to a new low 71 against the US Dollar
The restriction has reinforced the assault on the Modi government over fuel costs. Riding high on the expansion in GDP development rate, NDA’s rapture was punctured by the Congress saying that the general population of the nation is paying its cost.