Petrol, Diesel Prices Hiked Again Today: Check District Wise New Rates in Jammu & Kashmir

Petrol, Diesel Prices Hiked Again Today: Check District Wise New Rates in Jammu & Kashmir

Petrol, Diesel Prices Hiked Again Today: Check District Wise New Rates in Jammu & Kashmir

Petrol and diesel prices continued to rise as both fuels cost 80 paise per litre higher than the previous day. In the national capital, petrol stood at Rs 103.41 per litre and diesel costed Rs 94.67 per litre.

In Mumbai, the petrol and diesel prices per litre stood at Rs 118.41 (increased by 84 paise) and Rs 102.64 (increased by 85 paise) respectively.

In Chennai, the petrol and diesel prices per litre stood at Rs 108.96 (increased by 75 paise) and Rs 99.04, respectively. In Kolkata, the price of petrol stood at Rs 113.03 (increased by 84 paise) and diesel is Rs 97.82 (increased by 80 paise) respectively.

Rates have been increased across the country and vary from state to state depending upon the incidence of local taxation.

This is the 11th increase in prices since the ending of a four-and-half-month long hiatus in rate revision on March 22. In all, petrol prices have gone up by Rs 8 per litre.

Petrol Price in Jammu & Kashmir (3rd April 2022) 

Anantnag ₹ 107.81 Badgam ₹ 108.59  Bandipora ₹ 108.75  Baramullah ₹ 108.95  Doda ₹ 107.19  Ganderbal ₹ 108.85  Jammu ₹ 104.53  Kargil ₹ 85.26  Kathua ₹ 105.37  Kishtwar ₹ 107.59  Kulgam ₹ 107.92  Kupwara ₹ 109.14  Leh ₹ 87.32  Poonch ₹ 107.41  Pulwama ₹ 108.12  Rajouri ₹ 105.69  Ramban ₹ 106.34  Reasi ₹ 105.25  Samba ₹ 104.44  Shopian ₹ 108.30  Srinagar ₹ 108.55  Udhampur ₹ 105.21

Diesel Price in Jammu & Kashmir (3rd April 2022)

Anantnag ₹ 91.19 Badgam ₹ 91.81  Bandipora ₹ 91.96  Baramullah ₹ 92.14  Doda ₹ 90.59  Ganderbal ₹ 92.06  Jammu ₹ 88.36  Kargil ₹ 77.89  Kathua ₹ 89.14  Kishtwar ₹ 91  Kulgam ₹ 91.26  Kupwara ₹ 92.32  Leh ₹ 79.77  Poonch ₹ 90.82  Pulwama ₹ 91.45  Rajouri ₹ 89.38  Ramban ₹ 90.04  Reasi ₹ 88.99  Samba ₹ 88.28  Shopian ₹ 91.59  Srinagar ₹ 91.78  Udhampur ₹ 88.91

After the Assembly election results in five states last month, petrol and diesel prices in India have been on the rise amid the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war that has raised crude oil prices to a seven-year high. The fuel prices were on a freeze since November 4 last year, when the Centre cut the excise duty on petrol and diesel by Rs 5 to allow some relief to the common man.

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said has said that the country is already buying oil from Russia at a discounted rate and will continue to do so. “India’s national interest, energy concerns should be kept first. We have already started buying Russian oil. If we are being offered at lower rates, why shouldn’t we take a decision that benefits out people,” she said on the day.

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