New Delhi: Oil marketing companies (OMC) again raised fuel prices on Sunday with petrol price in the national capital crossing the INR 97 per litre mark.
Petrol is selling for INR 97.22 per litre in Delhi on Sunday, up from INR 96.93 on Saturday.
The cost of diesel in the national capital was at INR 87.97 per litre, up from INR 87.69 on Saturday.
On Saturday, fuel prices were unchanged across the four metro cities.
In the other key metros of Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata, petrol prices on Sunday were at INR 103.36, INR 98.40 and INR 97.12 per litre, respectively, higher than Saturday’s levels.
Petrol price has reached very close to hitting the century mark all across the country extending the scope of historic high prices that had already made the fuel rate cross the Rs 100 per litre mark in certain cities and towns of Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.
In tandem with petrol, the price of diesel also increased. In Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata, diesel was sold for INR 95.44, INR 92.58 and INR 90.82 per litre, respectively.