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Petrol costs 97.76 rupees a litre in Delhi, while diesel costs 88.30 rupees. While Delhi's gasoline prices are the national standard, retail costs for the two fuels vary by location due to differences in state taxes and municipal levies.
Prices of petrol and diesel have increased by 26 paise a litre and 7 paise a litre on Thursday, the 29th increase in 52 days. since May 4, a day after the results of five assembly elections has announced the price of petrol has increased by 7.36 per litre and diesel prices by 7.57
Petrol costs ₹97.76 a litre in Delhi, while diesel costs ₹88.30. On Thursday, both fuel and diesel prices in Rajasthan's Ganganagar exceeded the 100 marks, with petrol costing ₹108.94 per litre and diesel costing ₹101.48 per litre.
Among the five metros, the financial capital has the highest fuel costs, with petrol costing ₹103.89 per litre and diesel costing ₹95.79 per litre.
The rising movement is unidirectional.
Petrol prices have surpassed ₹100 in some places throughout the nation, including Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Karnataka, Telangana, and Ladakh, since May 4.
High costs of petrol and diesel at the pump are due to two major factors: rising worldwide oil prices and an excessive domestic tax system.
Benchmark Brent Crude, which had risen 0.51 percent on Wednesday to end at $75.19 per barrel, gained 0.15 percent to $75.30 per barrel in early Thursday activity. Domestic fuel merchants match gasoline and diesel pump prices to the previous day's international benchmarks, which typically fluctuate in lockstep with crude oil prices.
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