Fuel prices rise for 12th consecutive day, burn hole in commuters' pocket

Fuel prices rose for the 12th consecutive day across the country making a big hole in the common commuters' pocket. Delhi saw an increase of 39 paise and is being sold at Rs 90.58 per litre while diesel prices were hiked by 37 paise and costs Rs 80.97 per litre. Whereas, In Mumbai, petrol saw an increase of Rs 97 per litre mark after a hike of 38 paise and diesel was priced at Rs 87.06 per litre following an increase of 39 paise. The retail price of premium petrol has crossed Rs 100 a litre-mark in states like Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan.