Petrol Price crosses 87 Mark in Mumbai, Govt still on mute mode

Petrol Price crosses 87 Mark in Mumbai, Govt still on mute mode
Written by Abhishek Lohia

Petrol Price in Mumbai and Delhi: The increase in the prices of petrol and diesel is continuing. Today the price of petrol and diesel prices have increased by 12 and 10 paise per liter respectively. With this, Petrol Price in Delhi now has reached 80 rupees 50 paise per liter while diesel touches the mark of 72 rupees 61 paise per liter. The price of one-liter petrol in Delhi was 80 rupees 38 paise and the price of diesel was 72 rupees 51 paise. For the last two weeks, prices of both petrol and diesel are at record highs. Petrol Price in Mumbai today crosses the mark of 87 rupees 89 paise per liter and diesel is being sold at 77 rupees 09 paise per liter.

Let me tell you that inflation is on the rise due to increase in diesel prices. That is why the opposition parties are constantly targeting the Modi government. Tomorrow, Congress spokesman Randeep Surjewala said that the BJP government does not make any difference to the suffering of common people.

Petrol Price in Mumbai and Delhi

Surjewala said, “With the silence of BJP on real issues such as an increase in prices of petrol and diesel, inflation, poor condition of the economy and” Rafael scam, it has now proved that it does not matter to the suffering of the public. “Congress Has announced tomorrow’s closure against rising petrol prices.

At the same time, Modi government is blaming international reasons for the rising Petrol-Diesel prices. Yesterday, Union Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said that petrol and diesel are becoming expensive due to the rupee weakening against the dollar and barriers to the supply side. He said, “Today the Indian currency is the strongest compared to other currencies, but we buy oil in dollars. That’s why the problem is being created in front of us. “Previously, Indian Prime Minister has already advocated for the introduction of diesel in the realm of GST.

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Abhishek Lohia

Abhishek Lohia was a Sports and Political Writer working for Newsfolo and is no longer associated with the organization.

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