Petrol and diesel today, know whether it is cheap or expensive in your city

New Delhi: Petrol and diesel prices in the country are currently at a record high. Actually, the common people are worried about the rising prices of petrol and diesel. Nowadays many things are getting expensive because the cost of transportation has also increased. Today i.e. on 6 September 2021, domestic oil companies have released new prices of petrol and diesel. That’s all there is no change in fuel prices today. There was a fall in the rate last Sunday, but after that, the prices of petrol and diesel are stable today.

Last Sunday, petrol prices were cut from 10 paise to 15 paise in different cities of the country, although today there is no such thing. According to the website of Indian Oil, today petrol in the capital Delhi is 101. It is being sold at 19 paise per litre. With this diesel 88.62 per liter. Petrol in Mumbai 107. 26 per liter and diesel 96. It is 19 paise per liter. Let us tell you that oil companies like Indian Oil, Bharat Petroleum and Hindustan Petroleum revise fuel rates on a daily basis keeping in view the crude oil prices and rupee-dollar exchange rates in the international markets.

Similarly, any change in the prices of petrol and diesel becomes effective from 6 am every day. Actually, the retail price of petrol and diesel is revised every day and then the new price is released at 6 am. However, you can know the price of petrol and diesel at your nearest petrol pump through SMS sitting at your home. For this, if you enter the city code with RSP from your mobile and message on 9224992249. You will find the city code on the official website of Indian Oil (IOCL). After sending this message, new prices of petrol and diesel will be sent to you.


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