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The fuel prices are increasing because of the rising price of international crude oil and higher central and state taxes.
Petroleum and diesel costs stayed consistent for the eighteenth sequential day on March 17, 2o21, the nation over after a precarious ascent when the costs were keep going climbed on February 27.
From that point forward, the cost of petroleum and diesel in New Delhi stayed unaltered at Rs 91.17 per liter and Rs 81.47 per liter, individually, as indicated by the Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL). In Mumbai, the cost of petroleum is Rs 97.57 per liter. The cost of diesel remained at Rs 88.60 per liter.
The fuel costs are expanding a result of the rising cost of global unrefined petroleum and higher focal and state charges. During the pandemic, the focal government had raised the extract obligation on petroleum to Rs 32.98 a liter from Rs 19.98 a liter.
A comparative increment was influenced on diesel, where extract obligation was expanded to Rs 31.83 a liter from Rs 15.83 a liter. A few state governments too had expanded the Value Added Tax (VAT) on fuel during a similar period.
The retail costs of petroleum and diesel had hit the three-figure mark in February in Rajasthan's Sri Ganganagar and Anuppur, Madhya Pradesh. Rajasthan demands the most elevated worth added charge in the nation followed by Madhya Pradesh.
Money Minister Nirmala Sitharaman and Union Minister for Petroleum, Natural Gas and Steel Minister Dharmendra Pradhan have batted for the incorporation of fuel under the domain of Goods and Services Tax (GST) to carry some help to the everyday person.
In the mean time, the costs of petroleum and diesel in Chennai remained at Rs 93.11 and Rs 86.45 per liter, individually. The cost of petroleum and diesel in Kolkata was steady at Rs 91.35 per liter and Rs 84.35 per liter.
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