Petrol costs in Delhi have been slashed by 10 paise to Rs 70.84 per litre from Rs 70.94 per litre on Saturday.  |  Photo Credit score: BCCL
New Delhi: Petrol, diesel costs fell once more on Saturday, February 2, 2019, in Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata after the Finances 2019-20 presentation within the Lok Sabha wherein authorities introduced reduction bundle for farmers, pensioners, full revenue tax rebate for these incomes as much as Rs 5 lakh, growing threshold of TDS deduction on time period deposits in banks and submit places of work. Petrol and diesel costs have been constantly falling for the final couple of days.
Petrol costs in Delhi have been slashed by 10 paise to Rs 70.84 per litre from Rs 70.94 per litre on Saturday. In Mumbai, a litre of petrol was retailing at Rs 76.47 on Saturday vs Rs 76.57 on Friday. In Chennai and Kolkata, petrol costs have been additionally minimize by 10 paise every. Petrol costs in Kolkata got here right down to Rs 72.94 per litre from Rs 73.04 per litre whereas petrol costs in Chennai have been dropped to Rs 73.54 a litre on Saturday from Rs 73.64 per litre on Friday. In the meantime, petrol costs in Gurgaon received elevated marginally by 2 paise to Rs 71.57 per litre on Saturday from Rs 71.55 a litre on Friday.
Whereas, then again, diesel costs in metro cities New Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Chennai have been stored unchanged. Diesel in New Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Chennai is retailing at Rs 65.71, Rs 68.81, Rs 67.49 and Rs 69.41 on Saturday. Curiously, diesel costs in Gurgaon have been slashed by 10 paise to Rs 65.42 per litre on Saturday from Rs 65.52 a litre on Friday.