Petrol and diesel prices in Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, and Chennai remained steady on March 16, according to a statement published by state-run fuel dealers. Fuel costs in Delhi have been lower in contrast to other cities in the country since the Value Added Tax (VAT) was reduced.
On March 16, petrol in Delhi costs Rs 95.41 a litre, while diesel costs Rs 86.67. In Mumbai, a price drop on November 4 reduced the price of fuel to Rs 109.98 per litre, which has remained steady since. Diesel costs Rs 94.14 per litre.
Petrol and diesel prices in Kolkata remained unchanged at Rs 104.67 and Rs 89.79, respectively. Petrol currently costs Rs 101.40 in Chennai, while diesel costs Rs 91.43.
However, there is a slight change in fuel costs in non-metro cities. Petrol costs Rs 95.90 per litre in Gurugram, Haryana, while diesel costs Rs 87.11 per litre. Petrol costs Rs 95.51 per litre in Noida, while diesel costs Rs 87.01 per litre. In Lucknow, a litre of petrol currently costs Rs 95.28 and a litre of diesel costs Rs 86.60. In Jaipur, a gallon of petrol now costs Rs 107.60 and a litre of diesel costs Rs 90.70. In Patna, petrol costs Rs 105.90 per litre, while diesel costs Rs 91.09 per litre.