Petrol, diesel prices rise for 12th consecutive day, fuel prices to cross 'century'

Feb 20 2021 09:28 AM
Petrol, diesel prices rise for 12th consecutive day, fuel prices to cross 'century'

New Delhi: There is chaos in the entire country over the prices of petrol and diesel. Meanwhile, prices have increased again today. Petrol in Delhi has become expensive by 39 paise and now has reached Rs 90.58 per liter. While diesel has become expensive after 37 paise to Rs 80.97 per liter. Such increase in the price of petrol and diesel has occurred for the 12th consecutive day and for the 14th time this month.

Petrol price has reached Rs 97 per liter in Mumbai, the country's financial capital. In Mumbai, the price of petrol has reached Rs 97 per liter and diesel Rs 88.06 per liter. In other cities too, the prices of petrol and diesel are touching new record levels every day. In Chennai, petrol is being sold at 92.59 per liter, while diesel will have to pay 85.98 per liter. At the same time, petrol in Bengal capital Kolkata is selling at 97.00 per liter, while the price of diesel has been increased to 88.06 per liter.

Inflation is touching the sky, in which the price of petrol and diesel, or gas or other essential things, continuously rising inflation is breaking the back of a common man. In which oil prices are increasing the fastest. Now the question is whether this unbridled inflation will be controlled beyond politics, or will the general public bear the burn?

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