Petrol Diesel Price Today : Government oil companies have released the rates of petrol and diesel. Despite the fall in the price of crude oil, the prices of petrol and diesel have remained stable and their prices have not decreased even today. In fact, domestic oil prices are revised everyday according to the international crude oil prices. These prices are released every day at 6 am, with which they come into force.
Petrol-Diesel Price in Cities (Petrol-Diesel Price on 28th September)
Delhi- Petrol 96.72 and Diesel Rs 89.62 per liter
Mumbai – Petrol Rs 106.35 and Diesel Rs 94.27 per liter
Kolkata- Petrol 106.03 and Diesel Rs 92.76 per liter
Noida – Petrol 96.57 and Diesel Rs 89.96 per liter
Lucknow- Petrol 96.57 and Diesel Rs 89.76 per liter
Jaipur – Petrol Rs 108.48 and Diesel Rs 93.72 per liter
Patna- Petrol Rs 107.24 and Diesel Rs 94.04 per liter
Chandigarh – Petrol 96.20 and Diesel Rs 84.26 per liter
You can find out the cost of fuel even sitting at home. To know the price of oil sitting at home, you have to send SMS to mobile number 9224992249 under Indian Oil Message Service. Your message will be ‘RSP-Petrol Pump Code’. You will get this code from this page of Indian Oil.
On the other hand, the committee constituted by the government to review the pricing of natural gas has sought more time to submit its report. The committee has a big challenge to strike a balance between the expectations of the producers as well as the consumers. The committee, headed by Kirit S Parekh, a member of the erstwhile Planning Commission, was to suggest a suitable price for the final consumers by the end of September.
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Two sources with knowledge of the matter said that considering its importance, the committee has sought 30 more days for the report, but the government wants the work to be completed by mid-October. Sources said that a final decision on extending the time frame for submitting the report would be taken after Petroleum Secretary Pankaj Jain returns from a foreign trip next week. (with language input)
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