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Petrol and diesel price today: Petrol and diesel prices were unchanged across the country for the second consecutive day on Monday. Read more to find out fuel prices in your city.

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: March 1, 2021 10:46:33 am
petrol diesel priceA worker fills petrol for two wheelers at a fuel station in Ahmedabad. (Express photo by Nirmal Harindran)

Prices of petrol and diesel were steady across the country for the second consecutive day on Monday, March 1, 2021. They were last changed on Saturday when the petrol price was hiked by 24 paise per litre and diesel was raised by 15 paise in the national capital.

The price of petrol in Delhi stands at Rs 91.17 per litre while that of diesel is at Rs 81.47. In Mumbai, petrol currently costs Rs 97.57, while diesel is retailing at Rs 88.60, data available on Indian Oil Corporation’s website showed.

Among the two cities where petrol price breached the Rs 100-mark last month, the key auto fuel remained at Rs 101.84 in Rajasthan’s Sri Ganganagar, while diesel was available at Rs 93.77 per litre. In Madhya Pradesh’s Anuppur, petrol costs Rs 101.59 per litre and diesel is selling for Rs 91.97.

Here’s what you pay for a litre of petrol and diesel in your city on Monday, March 1, 2021:

City Petrol (Rs/litre) Diesel (Rs/litre)
Sri Ganganagar 101.84 93.77
Anuppur 101.59 91.97
New Delhi 91.17 81.47
Mumbai 97.57 88.60
Kolkata 91.35 84.35
Chennai 93.11 86.45
Bengaluru 94.22 86.37
Hyderabad 94.79 88.86
Patna 93.48 86.73
Jaipur 97.72 89.98
Lucknow 89.31 81.85
Thiruvananthapuram 93.05 87.53
Source: Indian Oil Corporation 

 

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