Fuel costs in India have been hiked for the first time in four months. The price of diesel and petrol has been increased by 80 paise. The country’s previous fuel price increase occurred in November. Home cooking gas (or LPG) would be Rs. 50 more. In Delhi, a gallon of petrol will now cost 96.21 rupees, while diesel will cost 87.47 rupees. In the country’s capital, a 14.2-kg non-subsidized LPG cylinder will now set you back Rs.949.50. The pricing of cooking gas was last updated in October.
Petrol and diesel prices in Mumbai, India’s financial hub, have risen to 110.82/liter and 95.00/liter, correspondingly. Fuel costs have also gone up in Chennai and Kolkata.