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Petrol Diesel Price Comparison From 15 October To 04 November As Center Slashes Excise Duty

News Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi

Published by: Gaurav Pandey
Updated Wed, 03 Nov 2021 09:57 PM IST

Summary

On Wednesday evening, a day before Diwali, the central government has decided to reduce the excise duty on petrol and diesel. The new prices will be applicable from November 4. Know in this report how much petrol and diesel prices have increased since October 15, 2020 and what will be the difference after the cut.

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If we look at the prices of petrol and diesel since October 15, then it is known that since October 15 till now, the prices of petrol and diesel had increased, the government has cut a little more than that on Wednesday. On October 15, the price of petrol in the national capital New Delhi was Rs 105.14 per liter and that of diesel was Rs 93.87 per liter.

At the same time, as of November 3, the price of petrol in Delhi was Rs 110.05 per liter and the price of diesel was Rs 98.42 per liter. Now after the decision of the Central Government to reduce the excise duty on these two fuels, from November 4, the price of petrol in Delhi will be Rs 105.04 per liter and the price of diesel will be Rs 88.42 per liter.

In such a situation, if we look at the increase in the prices of petrol and diesel between October 15 and November 3, then the price of petrol had increased by Rs 4.9 and the price of diesel increased by Rs 4.55. In such a situation, the comparison of their prices during this time period shows that the central government has decided to cut almost as much as the prices of petrol and diesel have increased.

Highest excise duty on petrol and diesel
The central government levies the highest excise duty on petrol and diesel. Last year, the excise duty on petrol was increased to Rs 32.9 per liter from 19.98. The duty on diesel was increased to Rs 31.80. Due to this, petrol has crossed Rs 100 per liter in all major cities of the country and diesel has also been installed in many states.

Expansion

If we look at the prices of petrol and diesel since October 15, then it is known that since October 15 till now, the prices of petrol and diesel had increased, the government has cut a little more than that on Wednesday. On October 15, the price of petrol in the national capital New Delhi was Rs 105.14 per liter and that of diesel was Rs 93.87 per liter.

At the same time, as of November 3, the price of petrol in Delhi was Rs 110.05 per liter and the price of diesel was Rs 98.42 per liter. Now after the decision of the Central Government to reduce the excise duty on these two fuels, from November 4, the price of petrol in Delhi will be Rs 105.04 per liter and the price of diesel will be Rs 88.42 per liter.

In such a situation, if we look at the increase in the prices of petrol and diesel between October 15 and November 3, then the price of petrol had increased by Rs 4.9 and the price of diesel increased by Rs 4.55. In such a situation, the comparison of their prices during this time period shows that the central government has decided to cut almost as much as the prices of petrol and diesel have increased.

Highest excise duty on petrol and diesel

The central government levies the highest excise duty on petrol and diesel. Last year, the excise duty on petrol was increased to Rs 32.9 per liter from 19.98. The duty on diesel was increased to Rs 31.80. With this, petrol has crossed Rs 100 per liter in all major cities of the country and diesel has also been installed in many states.

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