Fuel prices rose again on Thursday, February 11 for the third consecutive day. Petrol prices have reached an all-time high in metropolitan cities like Delhi and Mumbai. According to the Indian Oil Corporation, diesel reached Rs 78.03 per liter in Delhi, while petrol price rose to Rs 87.85 per liter. In Mumbai, the prices of diesel and petrol rose to 84. 94 per liter and 94.36 per liter respectively. In Kolkata, petrol costs Rs 89.16 per liter and diesel Rs 81.61 per liter. Whereas in Chennai, petrol costs Rs 90.18 and diesel costs Rs 83.18. On Wednesday, Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said in the Rajya Sabha that the fuel price depends on international prices, there is no role of the government in this. Pradhan also said that the government has no proposal to reduce the tax on petrol and diesel.
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Hike in petrol and diesel price continues for third consecutive day
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