Petrol, Diesel Prices Cut For Seventh Straight Day: Check City-Wise Rates For Today
With the fresh reductions, the petrol price have come down by upto 60 paise in the past seven days, whereas, the rate of diesel came down by upto 45 paise | File Image | (Photo Credits: PTI)

New Delhi, June 5: The prices of petrol and diesel were cut for the seventh straight day on Tuesday as petrol dropped by 13 paise in all metros and state capitals, while the rate of diesel went down by as much as 11 paise.

With the seventh consecutive reduction in fuel prices, the petrol rate has come down to Rs 85.65 in Mumbai, whereas, the per litre of diesel in the city will be charged at Rs 73.33. Meanwhile, petrol in Delhi will be charged at Rs 77.83, whereas, the per litre price of diesel in the national capital is Rs 68.88.

With the fresh reductions, the petrol price have come down by upto 60 paise in the past seven days, whereas, the rate of diesel came down by upto 45 paise.

Check city-wise petrol rates for today, June 5:

State Capitals Prices

Agartala 73.50
Aizwal 73.62
Ambala 77.94
Bangalore 79.10
Bhopal 83.45
Bhubhaneswar 76.64
Chandigarh 74.85
Dehradun 78.86
Gandhinagar 77.12
Gangtok 80.85
Guwahati 80.03
Hyderabad 82.45
Imphal 75.89
Itanagar 73.64
Jaipur 80.60
Jammu 79.52
Jullunder 83.08
Kohima 76.26
Lucknow 78.35
Panjim 71.72
Patna 83.30
Pondicherry 76.59
Port Blair 67.06
Raipur 78.21
Ranchi 77.51
Shillong 77.18
Shimla 77.99
Srinagar 82.21
Trivandrum 80.97
Silvasa 75.70
Daman 75.62

Check city-wise diesel rates for today, June 5:

State Capitals Prices

Agartala 66.95
Aizwal 66.13
Ambala 69.40
Bangalore 70.06
Bhopal 72.50
Bhubhaneswar 73.84
Chandigarh 66.89
Dehradun 69.21
Gandhinagar 74.03
Gangtok 70.60
Guwahati 71.91
Hyderabad 74.87
Imphal 66.93
Itanagar 66.12
Jaipur 73.34
Jammu 70.04
Jullunder 68.78
Kohima 67.22
Lucknow 69.04
Panjim 70.11
Patna 73.58
Pondicherry 71.15
Port Blair 64.54
Raipur 74.36
Ranchi 72.71
Shillong 68.68
Shimla 68.50
Srinagar 72.26
Trivandrum 73.72
Silvasa 69.70
Daman 69.63

The spree of reductions in fuel prices, over the past seven days, was preceded by unprecedented hike in petrol and diesel rates for sixteen straight days. Under flak for raising the fuel charge by upto Rs 10 per litre within a span of fortnight, the government said the hike is necessitated due to the surging crude oil prices.