11 Sep : News Express 24 :-
There is growing anger in the public about the rising prices of petrol and diesel. On Monday, the protest was called by the opposition to India. But the price of petrol and diesel increased again the next day of India shutdown.
Petrol at Rs 88.26/litre (increase by Rs 0.14/litre) and diesel at Rs 77.47/litre (increase by Rs 0.15/litre) in #Mumbai. Locals say, 'Prices are increasing everyday. We appeal to the govt to reduce the prices. We will be less burdened if they do so.' #Maharashtra pic.twitter.com/3ELuGhLnw7
— ANI (@ANI) September 11, 2018
On Tuesday, the petrol-diesel in Delhi increased by 14 paise. Along with this, petrol in Delhi will cost Rs 80.87 per liter and diesel Rs 72.97 per liter. Petrol in the financial capital Mumbai also rose by 15 paise to Rs 88.26 per liter. At the same time, diesel has increased to Rs 77.47 per liter with 15 paise increase.
Apart from big cities, petrol and diesel prices are showing a fire in small towns. In Parbhani city of Maharashtra, the price of petrol crossed 90 on Monday. Here petrol is getting 90.05 per liter. Diesel is priced at Rs 77.92 a liter. Significantly, Maharashtra is one of the states where VAT is charged on petrol and diesel. And in other places in Parbhani it is different because the local panchayat also charges VAT.
Let us tell you that even on Monday prices of petrol and diesel were increased. On Monday, the price of petrol in Delhi was up by 23 paise and crossed the 80-mark for the first time. The price of petrol in Maharashtra was Rs 87.77.
Will 90 times pass the gasoline?
In fact, the price of petrol in the country can break the level of 90 rupees. Continuous crude oil prices have been witnessing in the global market. Wherever the Central Government is spending more rupees than its treasury by purchasing expensive crude oil, the prices of petrol and diesel are continuously skyrocketing in the country.