The retail price of petrol and diesel has been increased by 80 paise each in Delhi from 6 am on Monday. This is the first price revision since December 1, 2021. The price of LPG cylinders has also been hiked by Rs 50 per cylinder since last October.
On Tuesday, the rate of petrol in Delhi is Rs 96.21 per litre while that of diesel is Rs 87.47 per litre. Now, the cost of per litre petrol in the country's capital will be Rs 96.21 against the previous price of Rs 95.41 while diesel rates will be Rs 87.47 per litre against the previous Rs 86.67.
In Mumbai, the petrol price is Rs 110.82, while the diesel price per litre is Rs 95. In Kolkata, diesel will now be available at Rs 90.62 per litre, while petrol will cost Rs 105.51 per litre. In Chennai, petrol is priced at Rs 102.16, while the cost of diesel is Rs 92.19 per litre.
In the national capital, the rate of a 14.2 kg non-subsidized domestic LPG cylinder has increased from Rs 899.50 to Rs 949.5 according to the announcement made by OMCs.
In Chennai, the cooking gas will cost Rs 965.50 and in Lucknow, it will set you back by Rs 987.50.
That increase in retail fuel prices comes for the first time since November and has remained unchanged across metro cities for the most prolonged duration since the daily revision of prices began in June 2017.
Meanwhile, the price of diesel sold to bulk users has been hiked by about Rs 25 per litre in line with a near 40 per cent rise in international oil prices, but retail rates at petrol pumps remain unchanged, sources said on Monday.