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Petrol prices decreased for the second consecutive day, no change in diesel prices
Petrol prices decreased for the second consecutive day, no change in diesel prices

New Delhi: Petrol prices have been recorded for the second consecutive day on Friday. Oil marketing companies have cut the price of petrol by 6 paisa per litre in Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai and Chennai. While there has been no change in the price of diesel in the four major metros. According to the website of Indian Oil, petrol prices in Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai and Chennai have come down to Rs 74.89, Rs 77.55, Rs 80.54 and Rs 77.86 per litre respectively.

However, diesel prices remain stable. Diesel prices in the four metros are stagnant at Rs 66.04, Rs 68.45, Rs 69.27 and Rs 69.81 per litre respectively. At the same time, petrol in Noida adjoining Delhi is being sold at Rs 76.20 and diesel at Rs 66.35 per litre, while in Gurugram the price of petrol is Rs 74.41 and diesel is Rs 65.35 per litre. Let us know that on Monday, December 9, 2019, the price of petrol in Delhi was the highest after almost 1 year.

Let us tell you that the prices of petrol and diesel keep on increasing every day. The new price of petrol and diesel comes into effect from 6 am. After adding excise duty, dealer commission to their price, its price almost doubles.

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