Decrease in petrol-diesel and gas cylinder prices

Decrease in petrol-diesel and gas cylinder prices: Decrease in petrol, diesel and gas cylinder prices, Breaking News: Rs 9.5 per liter reduction in petrol and Rs 7 reduction in diesel; The price of a gas cylinder has also been reduced by Rs 200

બ્રેકિંગ ન્યૂઝ : પેટ્રોલમાં લિટર દીઠ રૂપિયા 9.5 અને ડીઝલમાં રૂપિયા 7નો ઘટાડો; ગેસ સિલિન્ડરની કિંમતમાં પણ રૂપિયા 200નો ઘટાડો જાહેર

મોદી સરકારે પ્રજાને ઈંધણના વધી રહેલા ભાવને લઈ મોટી રાહત જાહેર કરી છે. આ સાથે જ પેટ્રોલના લિટર દીઠ રૂપિયા 9.50 અને ડીઝલમાં રૂપિયા 7નો તોતિંગ ઘટાડો જાહેર કર્યો છે.આ ઘટાડો સેન્ટ્રલ એક્સાઈઝ ડ્યુટીમાં ઘટાડો કરી પ્રજાને રાહત આપવામાં આવી રહી છે. 

નાણાં મંત્રી નિર્મલા સીતારમણે કહ્યું કે અમે પેટ્રોલ પર સેન્ટ્રલ એક્સાઈઝ ડ્યૂટમાં લિટર દીઠ રૂપિયા 8 અને ડીઝલમાં રૂપિયા 6નો ઘટાડો કરી રહ્યા છીએ. તેને લીધે પેટ્રોલની કિંમત લિટર દીઠ રૂપિયા 9.5 અને ડીઝલ રૂપિયા 7 સસ્તુ થઈ જશે.

ગેસ સિલિન્ડર પર રૂપિયા 200 સબિસિડી ફરી શરૂ
આ સાથે સરકારે ગેસ સિલિન્ડર પર રૂપિયા 200નો ઘટાડો જાહેર કર્યો છે, એટલે કે સરકાર હવે ગેસ સિલિન્ડર પર રૂપિયા 200 સબસિડી આપશે.

અમે આને સતત અપડેટ કરી રહ્યા છીએ…

Decrease in petrol-diesel and gas cylinder prices

The Modi government has announced a major relief to the people over the rising fuel prices. At the same time, it has announced a drastic reduction of Rs 9.50 per liter for petrol and Rs 7. per liter for diesel. “We are reducing the central excise duty on petrol by Rs 8 per liter and diesel by Rs 6,” Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said. As a result, petrol will be cheaper by Rs 9.5 per liter and diesel by Rs 7 per liter.

Rs 200 subsidy on gas cylinder resumed

With this, the government has announced a reduction of Rs 200 on gas cylinders, which means that the government will now give a subsidy of Rs 200 on gas cylinders.

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Daily petrol prices revision is a better proposition for a number of reasons.

The first and the foremost is that it allows you to easily absorb the changes in daily petrol prices in India by a few paise. When petrol prices are revised or changed every fortnight there is a big variation in prices, which puts great additional pressure on the consumer.

In India, petrol prices are revised by the oil marketing companies like Indian Oil, Bharat Petroleum and Hindustan Petroleum based on international prices. So, when international crude oil prices gain, petrol prices in India move higher and so on. On the other hand, if crude oil prices in the international markets drop, we see a fall in daily or today’s petrol prices in India. In any case, we are providing our readers with the daily petrol prices, so they can plan their requirements of filling petrol accordingly.

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  • Today All India Petrol Diesel Price Check Below
  • How Petrol Prices Today in India are calculated?
Petrol prices are a function of many things. Among these include the average of the India crude basket, to which is added a host of taxes including value added tax, central excise etc.

At the moment, we have the excise duty levied by the government, which is a staggering Rs 21 per litre. Should this be reduced we might get some respite from very high retail level of fuel and diesel.

The value added tax, differs from state to state. In cities like Mumbai and New Delhi the value added tax is very high, which has resulted in an extremely high prices for both petrol and diesel.

In India, retail prices are determined by the oil marketing companies, bearing all these things in mind. So, the retail price of petrol in India today is determined by the Indian Oil Marketing Company, which is the largest oil marketing company in the country.

For example, it releases the price of petrol everyday at 6 am, wherein it is revised at the petrol pumps in the country. The private sector petrol pumps like Shell also determine their own prices, though they tend to be higher than that of Indian Oil Company, BPCL and HPCL.

After Adding Excise Duty, Dealer Commission And VAT, The Retail asking price Of The Petrol Get Nearly Doubled. Various Factors Impact the worth Of Fuel. These Include Rupee To US Dollar rate of exchange, Cost Of petroleum, Global Cues, Demand For Fuel, And So On. When International petroleum Prices Gain, Prices In India Move Higher.