On Saturday, petrol and diesel prices rose by 80 baisas per liter each, bringing the total price increase in the last 12 days to 7.20 rupees per liter.
Petrol in Delhi will now cost 102.61 rupees per liter compared to 101.81 rupees previously, while diesel prices have risen from 93.07 rupees per liter to 93.87 rupees, according to the state’s fuel sellers price notification.
Rates have been increased across the country and vary from state to state depending on the occurrence of local taxes.
This is the 10th price increase since a four-and-a-half month long pause in price revisions ended on March 22nd.
In all, petrol prices rose by Rs 7.20 per liter.
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