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Oil on boil: Petrol Rs 80.13 per litre in Delhi, Diesel Rs 80.19 per litre

New Delhi, Jun 26 (UNI) The retail price of petrol crossed Rs 80 per litre in the National Capital on Friday, after a hike of 21 paise.
As per the Indian Oil Corporation, petrol was selling at Rs 80.13. This was the highest rate since October 27, 2018.
The price of diesel also increased by 17 paise and reached Rs 80.19 per litre.
The prices of both the fuels were rising every day since June 7. Petrol has witnessed a spike of Rs 8.87 (12.45 per cent), while diesel witnessed a hike of Rs 10.80 (15.56 per cent).
In Kolkata and Mumbai, the price of petrol was increased by 21 paise and selling at Rs 81.82 and Rs 8.91, respectively. In Chennai, the retail price of petrol reached Rs 83.37 after a hike of 19 paise.
Diesel in Kolkata was selling at Rs 75.34, a rise of 16 paise, whereas in Mumbai, it spiked by 17 paise, settling at Rs 78.51. In Chennai, the price of diesel reached Rs 77.44, after an increase of 15 pasie.
Prices of Petrol and Diesel in four metropolitans:
Delhi-------------80.13 (+21p) --------80.19(+17)
Kolkata---------81.82(+21) ----------75.34(+16)
Mumbai--------86.91(+21) ----------78.51(+17)
Chennai--------83.37(+19) -----------77.44(+15)
UNI PS RJ 1706
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