The petrol cost crossed the untouched high in Mumbai on Thursday. A liter of petrol was estimated at Rs.109.25 and diesel at Rs.99.55 in the city. Fuel costs have been on the ascent since September 27. The petrol and diesel costs have since gone up by Rs1 and Rs3.36. The costs expanded by 29 paise and 38 paise for petrol and diesel on Thursday in the country’s monetary capital.
In Mumbai’s adjoining Thane, a liter of petrol was estimated at Rs.109.39 and diesel at Rs.99.68. Petrol was the costliest in Mumbai among the huge urban communities of the nation followed by Hyderabad at Rs.107.40. A liter of diesel crossed ₹100 in Hyderabad on Thursday and was evaluated at Rs.100.13.
In Maharashtra’s Parbhani, a liter of petrol was evaluated at Rs.111.81 and Rs.101.09 in Amravati. A liter of petrol was evaluated at Rs.103.3 while diesel was accessible at Rs.91.83 in New Delhi.