Fuel prices in India have gone up for the eighth consecutive day in India. Today, on February 16, 2021, petrol prices have touched a new high of ₹ 89.29 per litre in Delhi, 30 paise more than a day before, while diesel is priced at ₹ 79.70 per litre, and that's 35 paise more than the previous day. At the same time, in Mumbai, petrol prices have touched ₹ 95.75 per litre, while diesel rates have crossed ₹ 86.72 per litre, which is an increment of 29 paise and 38 paise, respectively, compared to a day before. Petrol price in Mumbai is right now the highest among all metros.
|Delhi||₹ 89.29||₹ 79.70|
|Mumbai||₹ 95.75||₹ 86.72|
|Chennai||₹ 91.52||₹ 84.83|
|Kolkata||₹ 90.54||₹ 83.29|
|Bengaluru||₹ 92.28||₹ 84.49|
|Hyderabad||₹ 92.84||₹ 86.93|
Other metro cities saw similar price hike, in Kolkata, petrol prices today have touched ₹ 90.54 per litre, a hike of 29 paise compared to the previous day, while diesel rates have gone up by 35 paise, to ₹ 83.29 per litre. At the same time, in Chennai, petrol prices have reached ₹ 91.52 per litre, while diesel is priced at ₹ 84.83 per litre, a hike of 33 paise and 39 paise, respectively, compared to a day before.
In Bengaluru, petrol prices stand at ₹ 92.28 per litre, 21 paise more than a day before, while diesel is priced at ₹ 84.49 per litre, and that's 37 paise more than the previous day. On the other hand, in Hyderabad, petrol prices today have touched ₹ 92.84 per litre, a hike of 29 paise compared to the previous day, while diesel rates have gone up by 38 paise, to ₹ 86.93 per litre.
In general, petrol rates have been increased by a maximum of up to 21 paise to 33 paise a litre, while diesel prices have gone up in the range of 35 paise to 38 paise a litre, across all major cities in India. Cumulatively in the last 8 days, the petrol and diesel prices in India have increased by up to nearly ₹ 2.39 per litre and ₹ 2.55 per litre, respectively.