Petrol Diesel Price: Amidst the Corona epidemic prevailing in the country, there’s a relief information for the common man. Petrol and diesel will become cheaper from Friday in Nagaland, the state of north-eastern area of India. The reason for this is that the Nagaland government has decided to remove the Kovid-19 cess from these two major fuels. This decision of the government will not need to pay extra Rs 6 on petrol and Rs 5 on diesel as Kovid-19 cess. Let us know that in the national capital Delhi too, the Arvind Kejriwal government has also recently reduced the cess on diesel.
Petrol and diesel will be cheaper from Friday
According to a tweet by the news agency PTI, the state government of Nagaland has taken this decision in the cabinet. Now the state government will issue notifications related to it. At the same time, this decision is expected to be implemented from Friday. This means that from Friday, people of the state will get petrol cheaper by Rs 6 and diesel by 5 rupees. Stay with us to stay updated with every latest news in Hindi related to petrol and diesel amidst the Corona epidemic prevailing in the country .
Diesel prices did not increase for six consecutive days
Government oil companies have raised the price of diesel for 6 consecutive days. Diesel prices are stable for the second consecutive day on Thursday. Similarly, petrol prices are also stable today. Earlier, the price of diesel was cut by 13-14 paise, while petrol became cheaper by 9 paise yesterday. Due to Corona virus, the demand for crude oil in the international market has not become normal. Yesterday also saw a downward trend in the price of crude oil.
Petrol and diesel prices in four metros of the country
Delhi Petrol costs Rs 81.06 and diesel is Rs 71.28 per liter.
Petrol price in Mumbai is Rs 87.74 and diesel is Rs 77.74 per liter.
Petrol in Kolkata is Rs 82.59 and diesel is Rs 74.80 per liter.
Petrol in Chennai is priced at Rs 84.14 and diesel is Rs 76.72 per liter.