Petrol diesel prices dip fifth straight day: Petroleum, diesel costs dropped for the fifth straight day on Monday on softening worldwide unrefined petroleum costs, conveying help to the buyer who have been reeling under high fuel costs since most recent two months.
Petrol diesel prices dip fifth straight day –
Petroleum costs were sliced by 30 paise to Rs 81.34 for every liter in Delhi, while diesel costs were sliced 27 paise to Rs 74.92 for each liter. In Mumbai, oil got a value slice of 30 paise to retail at Rs 86.91 for each liter, while diesel is being sold at Rs 78.54 for each liter after a 28 paise cut.
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Fuel costs have been declining since Thursday. Over the most recent five days petroleum costs are around Rs 1.38 paise while diesel is bring down by Rs 81 paise.
Be that as it may, purchasers in Delhi won’t have the capacity to profit the advantage of lower fuel costs as oil pumps and CNG stations are on strike in the capital today. There are around 400 oil draws in Delhi which additionally have connected CNG stations. The fuel stations will stay close till 5 am tomorrow. They are challenging Delhi government’s refusal to diminish Value Added Tax (VAT) on diesel and petroleum.
More than 400 petrol pumps in Delhi will be shut down today in protest against the government's stand of not decreasing the Value Added Tax amount on #petrol and #Diesel . 13 states have slashed VAT after a request from the Union Minister Mr.Arun Jaitley.
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Preceding Thursday’s cut in rates, diesel cost had ascended by Rs 2.74 for every liter since October 5 to more than wipe away the extract obligation cut and oil firm sponsorship. Petroleum cost had amid this period ascended by Rs 1.33 a liter.
Before the October 5 value cut, petrol in Delhi had hit an unsurpassed high of Rs 84 for every liter and diesel was at record Rs 75.45. This came down to Rs 81.50 for each liter for petroleum and Rs 72.95 if there should arise an occurrence of diesel.
In Mumbai, oil had hit a pinnacle of Rs 91.34 hit on October 4 and diesel was sold at a record high of Rs 80.10.