New prices of petrol and diesel released! Cheapest petrol is ₹91.45 and diesel rs 85.83 litre

State-owned oil companies have released new prices of petrol and diesel this morning. Yes, and there has been no increase in oil prices again today. For the past several days, the oil prices have remained stable and there is no change. Even today, the cheapest petrol is Rs 91.45 in Port Blair. Whereas, the most expensive petrol in the country is selling at Rs 123.47 per litre in Parbhani, Maharashtra. With this, diesel is rs 107.68 per litre in Chittoor in Andhra Pradesh. Apart from this, in the national capital Delhi ( Delhi Petrol Price ) the price of a litre of petrol is Rs 105.41, while one litre of diesel is being sold at Rs 96.67 (Delhi Diesel Price).

At the same time, the rates of petrol and diesel are also stable in all other metros. In Mumbai, petrol is being sold for Rs 120.51 and diesel at Rs 104.77 per litre. With this, petrol is being sold for Rs 115.12 in Kolkata. Diesel is being sold at Rs 99.83. Now, if we talk about Chennai, then a litre of petrol is available here for Rs 110.85. At the same time, diesel is available for Rs 100.94. 105 in LUCKNOW, the capital of UP. Petrol is being sold for Rs 25, diesel at Rs 96.83. At the same time, petrol is being sold at Rs 123.16 and diesel at Rs 105.55 in Sriganganagar, Rajasthan. Apart from this, talking about Bhopal in Madhya Pradesh, here one litre of petrol is available for Rs 118.07 and one litre of diesel for Rs 101.09.

At the same time, if we talk about Port Blair, the price of a litre of petrol here is stable at 91.45, while diesel is selling at Rs 85.83. In fact, in Patna, the capital of Bihar, today petrol is being sold at rs 116.23 per litre and diesel at the rate of Rs 101.06 per litre. If you want, you can know the price of petrol and diesel in your city every day through an SMS. Yes and for this, Indian oil (IOCL) customers will have to write the RSP code and send it to the 9224992249 number.

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