Petrol, Diesel Price on 11 June 2021 After stopping for a day, the prices of petrol and diesel again broke the record on Friday. On Friday, the price of petrol in Delhi increased by 29 paise to Rs 95.85 per liter. Diesel price increased by 28 paise to Rs 86.75 per liter. Since May 4, till now, the prices of petrol and diesel have been increased 23 times. So far, the price of petrol in Delhi has increased by Rs 5.30 and diesel by Rs 5.84 per liter. All the oil marketing companies including BPCL, Indian Oil and HPCL fix the daily price on the basis of international benchmark prices and foreign exchange exchange rates.
Petrol reached Rs 106.94 in Ganganagar, Rajasthan
The most expensive petrol among the metros is in Mumbai. Here its price is Rs 102.04 per liter. At the same time, the price of diesel is Rs 94.15 per liter. On Friday, the most expensive petrol in the country was sold at Rs 106.94 per liter in Sri Ganganagar, Rajasthan. At the same time, the price of diesel was Rs 99.80 per liter. Petrol and diesel prices are different in different states in the country. Petrol and diesel prices are determined on the basis of transportation charges, local taxes and VAT.
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Let’s see what were the prices of petrol and diesel in different cities.
Noida (UP) – Petrol – Rs 93.20, Diesel – Rs 87.23
Gurugram (Haryana) – Petrol – Rs 93.65, Diesel – Rs 87.34
Mohali (Punjab) – Petrol – Rs 93.20, Diesel – Rs 87.23
Chennai – Petrol – Rs 97.19, Diesel – Rs 91.42
Kolkata – Petrol – Rs 95.80, Diesel – Rs 89.60
Pune – Petrol – Rs 101.64, Diesel – Rs 92.32
Bengaluru – Petrol Rs 99.05, Diesel – Rs 91.97
Hyderabad Petrol – Rs 99.62, Diesel – Rs 94.57
(all prices per liter)
However, in the meantime, the price of crude oil has come down in the international market. On Friday, US WTI crude futures (for July) were selling at $ 70.07 per barrel. While the price of Brent crude futures was at $ 72.29 per barrel. Inflation is being seen increasing in India due to the ever-increasing prices of petrol and diesel.