- Petrol and diesel prices remained stable in major cities for the eighth day in a row.
- Restrictions have been tightened in many states.
- This is likely to affect fuel demand.
India is the world’s third-largest consumer of crude oil. Restrictions have been tightened in several states, which is likely to affect fuel price demand. Meanwhile, for the eighth day in a row, petroleum companies have decided to keep petrol and diesel in check.
Petroleum companies did not make any change in fuel prices on Friday. Gasoline and major cities in the country for the eighth day in a row Diesel price Is stable. Today, the price of petrol in Mumbai is fixed at Rs 96.82. Diesel is priced at Rs 87.81. In Delhi today, a litre of petrol costs Rs 90.40. Diesel is priced at Rs 80.83. In Chennai, petrol is priced at Rs 92.43 today. Diesel is priced at Rs 85.73.
In Kolkata, petrol is priced at Rs 90.62 today. Diesel is priced at Rs 83.61. In Bangalore, petrol is priced at Rs 93.43 and diesel at Rs 85.60. Bhopal in Madhya Pradesh has the highest ever diesel price of Rs 88.98. So Petrol rate 98.41. Six days ago, petrol became cheaper by 16 paise and diesel by 14 paise.
The total number of coronary heart disease patients in the country has reached 1 crore 59 lakh 30 thousand 965. So far, a total of 1 lakh 84 thousand 657 citizens have lost their lives due to corona. At present 22 lakh 91 thousand 428 patients are undergoing treatment in the country. These patients are undergoing treatment in the hospital or these patients are being treated in isolation at home on the instructions of the doctor.
Petrol and diesel rates vary in the city due to local taxes, VAT and other charges. Meanwhile, global crude oil prices continue to fall. US WTI crude is trading at. 61.43 a barrel. It fell डॉलर 1.01. Brent crude traded lower at ६ 65.40 a barrel, down ८ 0.82.