Fuel prices stabilise after touching record high

New Delhi, Jun 8 (UNI): Fuel prices on Tuesday remained unchanged after two consecutive days of hike touching record high levels.

According to Indian Oil Corporation, petrol price remained unchanged at Rs 95.31 and diesel at Rs 86.22 per litre in the national capital.


Fuel prices have witnessed an increase for 20 days since May 4 till now, while there was no change in prices for the remaining 16 days.

Petrol has become costlier by Rs 4.91 and diesel by Rs 5.49 in Delhi during this period.

In other metro cities, the prices of both fossil fuels remained stable.

In Mumbai, a litre of petrol was sold for Rs 101.52 and a litre of diesel for Rs 93.58. Petrol in Kolkata stood at Rs 95.28 and diesel at Rs 89.07 per litre.

In Chennai, a litre of petrol was priced at Rs 96.71 and a litre of diesel for Rs 90.92.

Petrol and diesel prices are reviewed daily and based on that new prices are implemented every day from 6 am.

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