New Delhi: Oil prices on the domestic market are constantly stable due to the decline in crude oil prices on the international market. In fact, Indian oil companies made no changes to petrol and diesel prices even today (Sunday August 21). Let us tell you that the price of fuel in all cities across the country including Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Chennai remains the same. Meanwhile, gasoline and diesel prices in the domestic market have been stable since May 21 amid fluctuating crude oil prices in the international market.
It should also be noted that in the capital of the country, even on August 21, 2022, the price of a liter of gasoline remains at Rs 96.72 and of a liter of diesel at Rs 89.62. With this, according to the latest update from Indian Oil Corporation (IOCL) official website, iocl.com, in the country’s financial capital, Mumbai, the price of a liter of gasoline is Rs 106.31 and the price of diesel is Rs 94.27 per litre. At the same time, the price of a liter of petrol in Chennai is set at Rs 102.63 and that of diesel at Rs 94.24 per litre. Apart from this, the price of petrol in Kolkata is Rs 106.03 and the price of diesel is Rs 92.76 per litre. Along with this, let us also tell you that the cheapest petrol and diesel are sold in Port Blair. Here, the price of petrol is Rs 84.10 and the price of diesel is Rs 79.74 per litre.
Let us tell you that due to the tax levied at the state level, gasoline and diesel prices are different in different states. Yes, and you can know the price of gasoline and diesel in your city daily through an SMS. At the same time, for this, Indian Oil (IOCL) customers will need to write the RSP code and send it to the number 9224992249. You should know that depending on the crude oil in the international market, the companies marketing the petroleum set the price of gasoline and diesel every day after reviewing the prices. Yes, Indian Oil, Bharat Petroleum and Hindustan Petroleum oil companies are updating the gasoline and diesel price information of different cities every morning.
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