The fuel prices in the country rose again for the seventh time in the last eight days on Tuesday.
Petrol prices rose by 80 paise per litre and diesel up by 70 paise per litre. With this, the total hike in fuel is Rs 4.80.
In Nagpur, the prices were also up affecting the commuter’s pocket. According to the new revised rates petrol in Nagpur will be available for Rs 114.71 per litre and diesel will cost Rs 97.73 per litre.
National Capital Delhi petrol will cost Rs 100.21 per litre and diesel will be available at Rs 91.47 per litre respectively.
In Mumbai, the petrol price rose to Rs 115.04 per litre, whereas diesel will be available for Rs 99.25 per litre.
On Monday the fuel prices was increased by 30 paise per litre.