Fuel prices hike for 35th time in 2 months, common man continues to suffer

In just a span of two months, fuel prices have hiked for 35th time. The state-run oil marketing companies have hiked the diesel and petrol prices again. The common man continues to suffer as the economy is still recuperating from the badly hit Covid second wave. Petrol has inched towards Rs 106 for a litre in Mumbai and Rs 100 per litre in Delhi and Kolkata. While petrol has become expensive by up to 34-35 paise, diesel price remains unchanged, as per the Indian Oil Corporation. Petrol is priced at Rs 105. 95 a litre in the financial capital. Petrol also nears Rs 100-per-litre mark in Kolkata. Watch the video to know more!

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