Petrol and Diesel Price Update as of December 11, 2023: Today, the prices of petrol and diesel have increased in several states. Maharashtra has witnessed a surge in the cost of petrol and diesel, with an additional 36 paise per liter on petrol. Consequently, the current price of petrol in Maharashtra stands at 106.32 rupees per liter.

New Delhi: Petrol Diesel Price Today – The latest rates for petrol and diesel have been released for December 11. Government oil companies announce new fuel rates every day at 6 AM for all cities. Previously, changes in petrol and diesel prices occurred every fortnight, specifically on the 1st and 16th of each month. However, a new system was implemented in June 2017, under which fresh petrol and diesel prices are now disclosed every morning at 6 AM. Let’s explore whether petrol and diesel have become more expensive or cheaper today…

It is noteworthy that there has been no alteration in fuel prices across all major cities, including the capital, New Delhi, on December 11. Petrol (Petrol Price Today) and diesel (Diesel Price Today) rates in the country’s major cities have remained stable for 21 consecutive months. Petroleum companies last increased petrol and diesel prices by 80 paise per liter in April 2022. Nevertheless, today, fuel prices have risen in certain cities. Therefore, it is advisable to check the current petrol-diesel rates in your city before heading out.

Fuel Prices in Major Cities Today:

  • Delhi: Petrol – 96.72 rupees per liter, Diesel – 89.62 rupees per liter
  • Mumbai: Petrol – 106.31 rupees per liter, Diesel – 94.27 rupees per liter
  • Chennai: Petrol – 102.63 rupees per liter, Diesel – 94.24 rupees per liter
  • Kolkata: Petrol – 106.03 rupees per liter, Diesel – 92.76 rupees per liter

Increase in Fuel Prices in Several States: Today, petrol and diesel prices have surged in many states. Maharashtra has experienced an increase in petrol prices, with an additional 36 paise. Consequently, the current petrol price in Maharashtra is 106.32 rupees per liter. Diesel prices have also risen by 35 paise, resulting in a new rate of 92.84 rupees per liter. In addition, Madhya Pradesh has seen a 25 paise hike in petrol prices, reaching 109.95 rupees per liter, while diesel has become costlier by 22 paise, reaching 95.11 rupees per liter. Jharkhand, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, and Assam have also witnessed an increase in petrol prices.

Conversely, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Manipur, Punjab, Tamil Nadu, and Telangana have experienced a reduction in petrol prices. Fuel rates from major government oil companies like Bharat Petroleum (BPCL), Hindustan Petroleum (HPCL), and Indian Oil (IOL) are determined based on crude oil prices in international markets.

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