New Delhi: Fuel prices in the country witnessed yet another hike on Monday (June 14) with petrol being sold for Rs 102.58 per litre in Mumbai while diesel rose to Rs 94.70 per litre. Petrol prices in Bhopal rose up to Rs 104.59 per litre while diesel was being sold for Rs 95.91 per litre.
In Delhi, the prices of petrol went up to Rs 96.40 while diesel was being sold at Rs 87.28.
On Sunday, the price of petrol in the national capital was Rs 96.12 and that of diesel was Rs 86.98.
Petrol crossed the Rs 100 mark in the Union Territory of Ladakh and was being sold at Rs 101.95.
Fuel prices have been continuously rising across the country for the past two months.
The reason behind this is being attributed to the high taxes levied by the Centre and the state government.
Congress on Friday held a nationwide protest against the rise in fuel prices with party supporters in Hyderabad dumping a bike in the river.