The price of the petrol you have to pay is the same as you have paid the last day because petrol and diesel both are unchanged today, you have to pay Rs 77.55 for petrol in Dehli, and for the financial capital Mumbai you have to pay Rs 82.94 so Mumbai is costly in comparison of India’s national capital In Kolkata and Chennai today, petrol prices are Rs. 78.23 a litre and Rs. 78.40 a litre respectively, according to the chart of rate stated on Indian Oil Corporation (IOC)’s website and its app, Fuel@IOC.
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Petrol prices in national capital are the lowest in comparison of other metro cities, the prices differ in state to state because of VAT charged by the state governments, India, the world’s 3rd largest oil consumer, used 35.2 million tonnes of diesel during the month of January to May this year, up 6% from the corresponding period last year.