Petrol became cheaper by Rs 18 and diesel by Rs 11 per liter in the state

Petrol became cheaper by Rs 18 and diesel by Rs 11 per liter in the state

The price of petrol and diesel is skyrocketing across the country. Rising petrol and diesel prices are having an impact on the lives of everyone. From business to services, inflation is having an impact. Nowhere is the opposition protesting on the issue of inflation and petrol and diesel while transporters are raising fares. There are also a lot of mimes on social media about the price of petrol and diesel.

But in the midst of this environment, there is one such state in our country. Where petrol has become cheaper by Rs 18 and diesel by Rs 11 per liter. The name of this state is Nagaland. He has announced a big cut in the price of petrol and diesel to provide relief to the people of his state. The state government has given real relief by reducing the price of petrol and diesel in the northeastern state. The Nagaland government has slashed taxes on petrol and diesel to reduce prices.

The Nagaland government has taken a big step by cutting the tax on petroleum products and motor spirits from 29.80% to 25%. Apart from this, the Nagaland government has reduced the tax rate for diesel by Rs 11.08 to Rs 10.51. Per liter or reduced from 17.50% to 16.50% per liter. Even though Nagaland is a small state in the Northeast, the move by the government is welcome. This has brought a real economic relief to the people of the state. Nagaland is the fifth state in the country to take such a step.

Earlier, in West Bengal, Meghalaya, Rajasthan and Assam, the government has given a big relief in petrol and diesel prices by cutting taxes. The decision was taken by the Nagaland state government on Tuesday. Looking at the price of crude oil, the price of crude oil rose on Tuesday.

In Delhi, petrol went up to Rs 90.93 and diesel to Rs 81.32 on Wednesday. Considering the continuous increase, petrol prices have gone up for 13 consecutive days. On Wednesday, petrol was priced at Rs 97.34 and diesel at Rs 88.44 in Mumbai. Petrol-diesel is much more expensive in Mumbai than in other metros of the country. Earlier, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman had said that this was a dilemma.

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