Petrol prices fall after two days, diesel prices stable

New Delhi: Oil marketing companies (OMCs) have cut petrol prices on Thursday after two days of stability. OMC has reduced the price of petrol from 5 to 6 paise per liter, while there has been no change in the price of diesel. According to the website of Indian Oil, petrol is being sold at Rs 74.95, Rs 80.60, Rs 77.61 and Rs 77.92 per liter in the four main metros of Mumbai, Kolkata, and Chennai, including the country's capital Delhi.

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In the four metros of Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, and Chennai, customers have to pay Rs 66.04, Rs 69.27, Rs 68.45 and Rs 69.81 respectively for one liter of diesel. Apart from this, petrol is being sold at Rs 76.25 per liter in Noida adjacent to the capital of Delhi and Rs 74.45 per liter in Gurugram. At the same time, diesel is being sold at the rate of Rs 65.35 per liter.

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Significantly, on December 9, the price of petrol in Delhi was the highest after almost a year. Let us tell you that, the Oil Marketing Companies (OMC) determine the rates of petrol and diesel every day after reviewing the prices. Indian Oil, Bharat Petroleum and Hindustan Petroleum revise petrol and diesel rates at 6 am every day.

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