Petrol Diesel Rate Today 21 December 2021: Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) has released new rates of petrol and diesel this morning and even today the rates of fuel are stable at the same price as yesterday. There has been no change in the prices of petrol and diesel for 47 consecutive days. This does not seem to bring any relief to the common man.
crude oil prices rise
Today, there is an increase in the price of crude oil and both Brent crude and Nymax are trading in the green mark. Brent crude is trading 0.78 per cent higher at Rs 72.08 per dollar and Nymax crude is up 0.63 per cent but its price is still below $ 70. It is trading at a rate of $ 69.04 per barrel.
Petrol prices are the most expensive and cheapest in these cities
The price of petrol in Sriganganagar, Rajasthan has been continuously increasing and it is being available at Rs 112.11 per liter. Apart from this, if you look at the price of diesel, then it is available at the rate of Rs 95.26 per liter. At the same time, the cheapest petrol and diesel in the country is available in Port Blair. In Port Blair, Andaman, the price of petrol is Rs 82.96 and the price of diesel is Rs 77.13 per liter.
These are the rates of petrol and diesel in major metros today
Delhi: Petrol – Rs 95.41, Diesel – Rs 86.67 per liter
Mumbai: Petrol – Rs 109.98 per liter, diesel Rs 94.14 per liter
Kolkata: Petrol – Rs 104.67 per liter, Diesel – Rs 89.79 per liter
Chennai: Petrol – Rs 104.67 per liter, diesel Rs 89.79 per liter
Petrol and diesel prices in NCR cities
The price of petrol in Gurugram is Rs 95.90 per liter and the rate of diesel is Rs 87.11 per liter. In NCR, petrol is available in Noida at Rs 95.48 per liter and diesel is being sold at Rs 86.99 per liter. In Ghaziabad, adjacent to Delhi, petrol is being sold at Rs 95.29 per liter, diesel at Rs 86.80 per liter.
today petrol pump strike in jharkhand
Jharkhand Petroleum Dealers Association has announced a strike in the state to demand reduction in VAT rates on petrol and diesel. Association officials had recently said in Ranchi that if the state government does not reduce VAT rates on petrol and diesel from 22 percent to 17 percent, then on December 21, all petrol pumps will be closed across Jharkhand. Petrol pumps in Jharkhand will remain closed today if VAT rates have not been reduced.
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