Until a few days ago, fuel prices in our country were steadily rising and reaching lifetime highs. However, petrol and diesel prices have come down slightly with the reduction of central excise duty a few days ago. Motorists are a little upset with these reduced prices. Petrol and diesel prices in Telugu states are as follows today.
Petrol price in Hyderabad today is stable at Rs 108.20 per liter. Diesel price remained stable at Rs 94.62 per liter. Prices have been stable in Hyderabad for the past few days. In Warangal too, prices have remained stable for four days. But, the latest has dropped slightly. Petrol price was reduced by Rs 0.19 paise to Rs 107.69. Diesel price also fell by Rs 0.17 paise to Rs 94.14. The same fuel prices are continuing in Warangal Rural District.
Fuel prices have come down slightly in Nizamabad. Petrol price has been reduced by Rs 0.38 paise per liter. With this it is Rs.110.03. Diesel price has been reduced by Rs 0.36 paise to Rs 96.32. Fuel prices have been fluctuating here for the past few days.
Fuel prices in Andhra Pradesh are as follows. It has come down by Rs 0.31 paise per liter to Rs 110.67 per liter. Diesel price also rose by Rs 0.26 paise to Rs 96.74 per liter. However, there have been slight fluctuations in fuel prices over the past few days in the Amravati region.
Petrol price in the Visakhapatnam market is currently at Rs 109.32. 0.27 paise higher than the old price. Diesel price in Visakhapatnam is Rs 95.43. It has gone up by Rs 0.25 paise per liter.
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Fuel prices have also gone up in Tirupati. The price of a liter of petrol has now reached Rs 110.43. Here it has gone up by Rs 0.51 paise per liter. Over the last few days there have been mostly changes in petrol prices here. Diesel price has been hiked by Rs 0.45 paise to Rs 96.46 per liter. . This effect is well felt on the commoners. Their pockets are cracking. In April last year, crude oil prices reached a lifetime low but did not fall in our country. Are growing over. At that time the central and state governments increased local taxes and kept fuel prices down. At that time the price of a barrel of crude oil was at $ 32.30. Since then, the price of crude oil has been steadily rising and falling slightly to $ 77.09 as of November 26. Despite the increase in prices, the central and state governments have not reduced the increased taxes. That is why fuel prices are reaching the peak of lives in our country and are causing financial hardship to the common man. Fuel prices have been slashed by Rs 5 to Rs 10 recently with a slight reduction in tariffs.
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