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Petrol & Diesel Prices Stable On Jan 8; Compare Rates Across India

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For the second time in nearly 40 days, petrol and diesel prices in many Indian cities have remained unchanged. Check out India’s fuel prices on January 8, 2022.

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On January 8, 2022, the prices of gasoline and diesel in many Indian cities remained unchanged. Fuel prices have remained unchanged for nearly 40 days, with no major changes made by state-run oil marketing companies. Notably, after being revised in November during Diwali, when the Central Government reduced excise duty on both gasoline and diesel, the rates have remained unchanged since then.

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Following the Centre’s announcement, a number of states and Union Territories (UTs) have announced a reduction in VAT (VAT). On January 8, 2022, Delhi became the most recent addition to the list, with petrol prices in the national capital standing at Rs. 95.41 per litre. Similarly, petrol and diesel prices have remained unchanged in Chennai, Mumbai, and Kolkata.

On January 8, 2022, all major cities’ fuel prices will be the same.

Mumbai

Petrol is priced at Rs. 109.98 per litre.

94.14 rupees per litre of diesel

Delhi

95.41 rupees per litre of petrol

86.67 rupees per litre of diesel

Chennai

Petrol is priced at Rs. 101.40 per litre.

91.43 rupees per litre of diesel

Kolkata

104.67 rupees per litre of petrol

89.79 rupees per litre of diesel

Bhopal

107.23 rupees per litre of petrol

90.87 rupees per litre of diesel

Hyderabad

Petrol is priced at Rs. 108.20 per litre.

94.62 rupees per litre for diesel

Bengaluru

Petrol is priced at Rs. 100.58 per litre.

85.01 rupees per litre of diesel

Chandigarh

94.23 rupees per litre of petrol

Diesel is priced at Rs. 80.90 per litre.

Guwahati

94.58 rupees per litre of petrol

81.29 rupees per litre of diesel

Lucknow

94.58 rupees per litre of petrol

81.29 rupees per litre of diesel

Before Diwali in 2021, the said prices provided a significant relief from the country’s skyrocketing fuel prices. The government had slashed the price of petrol and diesel by Rs. 5 and Rs. 10 respectively, the largest ever reduction in excise duty. It’s also worth noting that the price of gasoline is adjusted every day at 6 a.m., based on a variety of factors such as the rupee’s exchange rate against the dollar, the cost of crude oil, global fuel demand, and so on.

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