Petrol will cost Rs 61.06 per litre from midnight on Saturday as against Rs 60.70 a litre currently, said Indian Oil Corp, the nation’s largest fuel retailer.
Price of petrol in Delhi has been cut by Rs 2 per litre, including local levies, and will cost Rs 61.20 per litre from Tuesday as against Rs 63.20 currently.
Petrol in Delhi will cost Rs 63.20 per litre from tomorrow as against Rs 64.47 a litre currently. A litre of diesel will
cost Rs 44.95 as compared to Rs 46.12 currently.
Petrol in Delhi will cost Rs 64.47 per litre from tomorrow instead of Rs 66.90 at present, while a litre of diesel will cost Rs 46.12 as against Rs 49.72 currently.
The cut in petrol prices comes on back of three successive increases since May, while this is the second reduction in diesel rates this month.
After the cut, petrol will cost Rs 59.20 a litre in Delhi and diesel will be available Rs 47.20 a litre.
From vehicles to gensets, 40% surge in diesel use means more cancer-causing chemicals in air.
Its fumes can damage the lungs and brains and cause cancer; India yet to assess threat while rest of world takes note.
Prices of petrol in Delhi will be Rs 60 a litre from tomorrow as against the current Rs 60.49.
The third excise duty hike since November will help raise additional Rs 6,000 crore during the current fiscal.
The fall in fuel prices is in a direct connection to the slump in international oil prices.
Government raised excise duty on petrol and diesel by Rs 2.25 and Rs 1 a litre respectively…
Domestic diesel price could come on a par with international rates as early as next week.
“We stopped rise of prices and we slashed price of petrol by up to Rs 2.50. Our eyes are now on diesel,” said Rajnath.
In 2011-12, the cumulative income from VAT on petrol, diesel and CNG was Rs 5,561 crore.