Petrol-Diesel prices increased in these states, know what happened in your city?

In the global market, the price of crude oil has once again seen an increase on Tuesday. Brent crude has increased to $88.92 a barrel, while WTI sells at $83.49 a barrel. On the other hand, government oil companies in the country have released the new price of petrol and diesel in the morning. With this, there has been no change in the price in the four metros of the country Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata.

At the same time, prices have increased in some states. At present, petrol in Bihar has increased by 36 paise to Rs 109.23 / litre and diesel has risen by 34 paise to Rs 95.88 / litre. In Chhattisgarh, petrol has increased by Rs 0.16 to Rs 103.58 per litre and diesel to Rs 96.55 per litre. With this, petrol has once again reached Rs 110.00 / litre in Madhya Pradesh. It has increased by Rs 0.38 and diesel has risen by Rs 0.36 to Rs 95.17 per litre. In Maharashtra, petrol has risen by Rs 0.32 to Rs 106.64/litre and diesel by Rs 0.31 to Rs 93.15/l. At the same time, there has been an increase of Rs 0.44 in petrol in West Bengal. Petrol is now being sold at Rs 107.26 / litre and diesel has increased by Rs 0.41 to Rs 93.90 per litre.

Let us tell you that the prices of petrol and diesel change every day at 6 am and new rates are released. Yes, and after adding excise duty, dealer commission, VAT and other things to the price of petrol and diesel, its price almost doubles from the original price. This is the reason why we have to buy petrol and diesel so expensive. By the way, you can also know the daily rate of petrol and diesel through SMS. In fact, Indian Oil customers can get information by writing RSP and their city code on 9224992249 number and BPCL consumers can get information by sending SMS to 9223112222 number by writing RSP and their city code. Apart from this, HPCL consumers can find out the price by writing HP PRICE and their city code and sending it to the 9222201122 number.

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