Petrol prices rising uncontrollably day by day: People of the country are outraged.
After a one-day break, petrol prices in the country day by day again and reached an all-time high. Petrol prices rising uncontrollably day by day are showing drops for motorists and the general public. The people of the country are outraged at the Modi government’s attitude of imposing a burden on them without controlling prices. According to oil companies, petrol prices have been hiked by 28 paise per liter and diesel by 31 paise per liter. Oil prices, which have been stagnant until the five-state election, are expected to plummet after the election results.
With rising prices, oil prices in many parts of the country have reached an all-time high. Motorists getting shocked after the prices approaching the Century. In the national capital, a liter of petrol costs Rs. 95.03 as against Rs. 85.95. In the commercial capital Mumbai, a liter of petrol costs Rs 101.25 and diesel Reaching Rs.93.10, people are shocked.
In Chennai, a liter of petrol costs Rs. 96.47, diesel price is Rs. 90.66 a day to Rs. 90.66. In Kolkata, the price of a liter of petrol is Rs. 95.02, diesel price is Reaching Rs. 88.80, it is puncturing the pockets of motorists. In Hyderabad, the price per liter is Rs. 98.76. The price of a liter of diesel is a day to Rs. 93.70. Petrol prices have already touched over Rs 100 in several districts. In this way, the prices of daily necessities are also skyrocketing with the rising fuel prices day by day. Oil prices have risen 18 times since the five-state assembly election.
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