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ATF price hiked by 7.5 pc ATF price hiked 7.5 percent, Rs 20544 a month expensive air fuel


ATF price hiked by 7.5 pc; petrol, diesel rates unchanged for 2nd straight day

new Delhi. On Wednesday, the price of aviation fuel (ATF) was increased by oil marketing companies by 7.5 percent. On the other hand, there has been no change in the prices of petrol and diesel for the second consecutive day. This is the third increase in ATF prices within a month. As per the price notification issued by the oil marketing companies, the price of aviation turbine fuel in the national capital has increased by Rs 2922.94 or 7.48 per cent per kiloliter to Rs 41,992.81 per kiloliter.

This is the third price rise within a month. Earlier on June 1, the price of ATF was increased by a record 56.6 percent (Rs 12,126.75 per kg). After this, on 16 June, the price of ATF was increased by Rs 5,494.5 (16.3 percent) per kg. In this way, the current fuel price has increased by Rs 20544.19 per kiloliter in a month.

On Wednesday, the price of petrol and diesel across the country remains at its former level. In the national capital, the prices of both fuels remained stable at the previous level. Earlier on Monday, companies had increased the price of diesel by 13 paise and petrol price by 5 paise per liter.

On Wednesday, the price of petrol in Delhi was Rs 80.43 per liter and the price of diesel was Rs 80.53 per liter. In the last three weeks, the total price of diesel has increased by Rs 11.14 per liter. According to the price notification of the public sector oil marketing companies, there was no increase in the price of petrol and diesel on Tuesday. After this, the price of petrol in Delhi was Rs 80.43 per liter and diesel was priced at Rs 80.53 per liter.

Prices of petrol and diesel vary from state to state, as sales tax or value-added tax (VAT) on fuel differs from state to state. Petrol price in Mumbai also remained stable at Rs 87.19 per liter and diesel at Rs 78.83 per liter. Since last June 7, where diesel prices have increased for 22 consecutive days. At the same time, the price of petrol has increased by 21 days. In between, there was no change in the price of petrol on Sunday. During this period, the price of petrol has increased by Rs. 9.17 and diesel by Rs. 11.14 per liter.

This post was published on July 1, 2020 11:32 am

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