With Petrol and diesel rates ordinary people are Suffering: Oil prices in the country have risen sharply in recent times. The rise in petrol and diesel rates has gone out of control. In many states of the country, the price of a liter of petrol has come close to Rs.100. With this, if you want to take the vehicles out fearful situations have arisen. Ordinary people are Suffering from the ever-rising petrol, diesel, and gas prices. Opposition to the central government was also heard across the country. Opposition parties in Parliament have also raised concerns. This order has been breaking down the rising fuel prices over the past few days. Whatever the reasons, there has been no major change in fuel prices over the past few days. Along with this continue to be constant. On Tuesday, along with some major cities in the country. Let’s see how the petrol and diesel prices in the Telugu states.
In Hyderabad, a liter of petrol was priced at Rs 94.16 and diesel at Rs 88.20 on Tuesday.
In Warangal, the price of a liter of petrol is Rs. 93.74 while diesel was priced at Rs. 87.80.
In Karimnagar, petrol prices rose marginally to Rs 94.29 per liter, while diesel was priced at Rs 88.31 per liter.
In Vijayawada, the price of a liter of petrol is Rs 96.88 while the price of diesel is Rs 90.38/-.
In Visakhapatnam, a liter of petrol costs Rs 96.07 while diesel costs Rs 90.38/-.
In Vijayanagar, a liter of petrol costs Rs 96.66 while diesel costs Rs 90.12/-.
Petrol and diesel prices are as follows today in many major cities of the country.
In the national capital delhi, a liter of petrol costs Rs 90.56 while diesel costs Rs 80.87/-.
In Kolkata, a liter of petrol costs Rs 90.77 while diesel costs Rs 83.75/-.
In the financial capital Mumbai, a liter of petrol costs Rs 96.98 while diesel costs Rs 87.96/-.
In Chennai, the capital of Tamil Nadu, a liter of petrol costs Rs 92.58 while diesel costs Rs 85.88/-.
In the Karnataka capital Bangalore, a liter of petrol costs Rs 93.59 while diesel costs Rs 85.75/-.