As per a price notification by the state on the fuel retailers, even after reaching a new record high on the previous day, the price of petrol and diesel remains unchanged on 11th July, according to a report released by Moneycontrol.
Closer to ₹101 per litre mark the petrol prices in Delhi were increased on 10th July which is the 38th time since May 4th. According to Bharat Petroleum price listing, while diesel was priced at ₹89.92 per litre, petrol in the national capital was soared up to ₹100.95 a litre.
Retailing at an all-time high of ₹106.97 a litre, the petrol prices remained unchanged in Mumbai as well. As petrol was being sold for more than ₹100 per litre, on 29th May, The financial hub became the first metro in the country where petrol was being sold at this rate.
The petrol prices in some places in the state of Uttar Pradesh along with Nagaland and Chhattisgarh what taken above ₹100 per litre mark by the hike imposed on 10th July when state-owned oil firms ended an 18-day hiatus in rate revision which was observed by them during assembly elections in the states like West Bengal. Since 4th May it was the 38th time when the fuel prices were hiked.
A litre of petrol was retailed at the same price as it was on the previous day at ₹101.71 in Chennai, while in Tamil Nadu, the diesel prices also remained unchanged at ₹94.43 per litre.