After a two-day pause, gasoline prices continued to soar to new highs. The charges of petrol and diesel had been hiked on Tuesday, February 23.
In Mumbai, the value of petrol crossed INR 97 per litre mark after a hike of 34 paise, whereas diesel charges had been elevated by 38 paise to INR 88.44 per litre. Mumbaikars should pay INR 97.34 for a litre of petrol.
With this, Shiv Sena’s youth wing took a swipe on the BJP authorities, whose slogan through the 2014 Lok Sabha elections was ‘Acche Din Aane Wale Hain’ (good days are about to return). On Monday, Yuva Sena hung hoardings at petrol pumps and roadside in Bandra West. The hoardings requested ‘Yahi Hain Acche Din?’ (are these the great days?).
Meanwhile, petrol and diesel prices had been up again within the nationwide capital and stood at INR 90.83 and INR 81.32 per litre, respectively. The value of petrol was elevated by INR 25 paise whereas that of diesel by INR 35 paise.
The value of liquefied petroleum fuel cylinder (14.2 kg home cylinder) has additionally elevated by INR 50 per unit in Delhi on February 14, taking the price of LPG fuel to INR 769 per cylinder.
On Monday, February 22, 4 states have launched tax leisure on petrol and diesel prices. These states embody – West Bengal, Rajasthan, Assam, and Meghalaya.
Kolkata: Rs 91.12/ litre
Chennai: INR 92.90/litre
Bengaluru: INR INR 93.98/ litre
Noida: INR 88.92/ litre
Kolkata: INR 84.20/litre
Chennai: INR 86.31/litre
Bengaluru: INR 86.21/ litre
Noida: INR 81.41/ litre