New Delhi | Petrol Diesel Price Today: Voting for the ongoing assembly elections 2022 in five states of the country is going on in Uttar Pradesh today for the last phase which will end this evening. In such a situation, it is believed that from 8 March 2022 i.e. tomorrow, the general public is going to get a strong shock of inflation. Because now there is going to be a huge jump in the prices of petrol and diesel.
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May increase up to Rs 25 per liter
Petrol Diesel Price Hike: Due to the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine, the prices of crude oil have increased significantly in the international market. In such a situation, now after the elections are over, the prices of petrol and diesel in India are also going to be on fire. Because, till now the prices were prevented from increasing due to elections, but now they will accelerate. In such a situation, the government oil companies will have to increase the prices of petrol and diesel by at least Rs 25 per liter to compensate for this loss. In such a situation, the price of petrol can increase by up to Rs 25 per liter.
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Petrol-Diesel Price Today in four metros of the country – Petrol Diesel Price Today:
– Petrol in Delhi Rs 95.41 per liter and diesel Rs 86.67 per liter.
Petrol in Mumbai is Rs 109.98 per liter and for diesel Rs 94.14 per liter.
– Petrol in Kolkata Rs 104.67 per liter and diesel Rs 89.78 per liter.
– Petrol in Chennai Rs 101.40 per liter and diesel Rs 91.43 per liter.
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Petrol prices stable in Uttar Pradesh for last three months
Petrol prices in Uttar Pradesh have remained stable for a long time now. On Monday, Petrol Price in Uttar Pradesh is being sold at an average rate of Rs 95.28 per liter of petrol. Petrol prices vary from minor rates in some districts of Uttar Pradesh. Petrol prices in Uttar Pradesh have remained stable for the last three months under the petrol prices released by the oil companies.