Petrol and diesel prices in your city today, check here

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The price of petrol in Delhi currently stands at Rs 94.49 per litre while diesel is now selling at Rs 85.38. In Mumbai, petrol costs Rs 100.72, while diesel is retailing at Rs 92.69

The price of petrol in Delhi stands at Rs 94.49 per litre while that of diesel is at Rs 85.38. In Mumbai, petrol currently costs Rs 100.72, while diesel is retailing at Rs 92.69, data available on Indian Oil Corporation’s website showed.

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So far in June, the auto fuel prices have been raised on one occasion, however, they were hiked 16 times in May after oil marketing companies (OMCs) resumed their price revisions ending an 18-day hiatus that coincided with the assembly elections in key states.

The central and state taxes make up for 60 per cent of the retail selling price of petrol and over 54 per cent of diesel. Centre levies Rs 32.90 per litre of excise duty on petrol and Rs 31.80 a litre on diesel.

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Here’s what you pay for a litre of petrol and diesel in your city on Wednesday, June 2, 2021:

City Petrol (Rs/litre) Diesel (Rs/litre)
New Delhi 94.49 85.38
Mumbai 100.72 92.69
Kolkata 94.50 88.23
Chennai 95.99 90.12
Bengaluru 97.64 90.51
Hyderabad 98.20 93.08
Patna 96.64 90.66
Bhopal 102.61 93.89
Jaipur 101.02 94.19
Lucknow 91.83 85.77
Thiruvananthapuram 96.47 91.74
Source: Indian Oil Corporation 

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