Fuel Prices Hiked for 13 Consecutive Day


State-run oil marketing companies (OMCs) on Friday hiked the price of petrol and diesel for the 13th consecutive day as they continued to adjust retail rates in line with costs after an 82-day break from rate revision amidst the coronavirus pandemic. 

Petrol and diesel will now cost Rs 78.37/litre after an increase by 55 paise and Rs 77.06/litre respectively after an increase by 63 paise in Delhi, according to notifications from state-run Indian Oil Corporation, the country’s largest fuel retailer. 

In Bengaluru, petrol will now cost 58 paise more per litre, while diesel will be costlier by 60 paise more per litre.  In the last 13 days, petrol price hiked by Rs 7.11/L & diesel by Rs 7.67/L.

In Guwahati, the petrol price is hiked by 56 paise/litre and diesel by 63 paise/litre. The rates go up cumulative by Rs. 7.11 and Rs. 7.67 for petrol and diesel respectively for the 13th consecutive day.

Oil companies on June 7 restarted revising prices in line with costs.

Rates have been increased across the country and vary from state to state depending on the incidence of local sales tax or VAT.

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