Petrol and diesel prices on inflation again, know today's price

Petrol and diesel prices are not going to come down. The common man is disturbed by the petrol constantly becoming expensive. In many regions, both petrol and diesel prices have completed centuries. Oil companies today again hiked the prices of both diesel and petrol fuels. Indian petroleum marketing companies today (Friday) have released a new price of petrol and diesel on October 08. According to the new price released by the IOCL, petrol prices across the country have been hiked by 30 paise and diesel by Rs 35 today.

Talking about cities, petrol has reached a record high of Rs 103.54 per litre in the national capital Delhi today (October 08) and Rs 109.54 in Mumbai. Petrol and diesel are the most expensive in Mumbai if we compare the four metros of the country. Petrol prices have crossed Rs 100 in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Karnataka, Odisha, Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh. Petrol and diesel prices are rising daily throughout the week in October. Petrol and diesel prices have remained stable for only one day (October 04) so far this month, with fuel prices rising for the rest of the day.

Petrol and diesel prices are updated daily:-
State that the prices of petrol and diesel are updated daily based on the price of crude in the international market with foreign exchange rates. Oil marketing companies fix the price of petrol and diesel daily after reviewing the prices. Indian Oil, Bharat Petroleum and Hindustan Petroleum Oil Companies update the prices of petrol and diesel in various cities every morning.

Know from SMS the price of petrol and diesel in your city:-
The price of petrol and diesel is updated daily. In this case, you can know the price of petrol and diesel in your city every day through just one SMS. For this, the Indian Oil customer has to write an RSP code and send it to the 9224992249 number. To learn your city's RSP code click here.

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