On Thursday, January 13, 2022, petrol and diesel (fuel) prices across the metro cities remained stable for the 42nd day in a row. The Delhi government decreased the value-added tax on gasoline from 30% to 19.40% earlier this month. Petrol prices in the national capital have been lowered by 8.56 cents per litre as a result of this.
In Delhi, a litre of petrol costs 95.41 rupees, while diesel costs 86.67 rupees. Petrol is sold for 109.98 a litre in Mumbai, while diesel is supplied for 94.14 per litre. Mumbai continues to have the highest fuel prices among metro cities. Because of the value-added tax, or VAT, fuel prices vary by state.
The following is a list of gasoline and diesel prices in major cities:
|Source: Indian Oil|
State-run oil refineries such as Indian Oil, Bharat Petroleum, and Hindustan Petroleum adjust fuel prices on a daily basis, taking into account international crude oil prices and rupee-dollar exchange rates. Every day at 6 a.m., any adjustments in gasoline and diesel prices take effect.