New Delhi: The festive season failed to bring cheer to the common man as fuel prices saw yet another revision on Thursday.
As per the oil companies, Petrol and diesel prices were increased again across the country after a pause of two days.
Petrol prices increased by Rs 0.35 paise to Rs 104.79 per litre in the national capital while the price of diesel was raised by the same amount to Rs 93.52 per litre.
In Mumbai, popularly known as the financial capital of India, petrol prices were raised by Rs 0.34 to Rs 110.75 per litre, and diesel by Rs 0.37 to Rs 101.4 per litre. The fuel prices are a record high in Madhya Pradesh where petrol and diesel are retailing at Rs 113.37 and Rs 102.66 respectively in Bhopal, Rs 105.43 and Rs 96.63 respectively in West Bengal’s Kolkata and Rs 102.10 and Rs 97.93 in Chennai respectively.
Oil companies started raising auto fuel prices last week. The pause on the prices on October 12 and 13 came after a seven-day consecutive rise.