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Big news: Petrol will be cheaper in Maharashtra, important meeting between Uddhav Thackeray and Ajit Pawar

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Mumbai: After the central government reduced excise duty on petrol and diesel, fuel is now likely to become cheaper in Maharashtra as well. According to sources, the state government may cut petrol prices by two rupees. An important meeting between Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray and Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar will be held in this regard. After this meeting, the picture will be clear about the reduction in petrol and diesel prices. The reduction in fuel prices will be a great relief to the common man in the state.

Earlier, the central government had reduced excise duty on petrol and diesel by Rs 5 and Rs 10, respectively. Since then, many states have reduced VAT on fuel to provide cheaper fuel to the people of their respective states. The biggest drop in petrol prices has been in Karnataka. In Karnataka, petrol price has been reduced by Rs 13.35 per liter. At the same time, Puducherry and Mizoram have the lowest rates of reduction in petrol prices. In these states, petrol prices have come down by Rs 12.85 and Rs 12.62 respectively. At the same time, Karnataka has seen the biggest reduction in diesel prices, which has come down to Rs 19.49 per liter. It is followed by Puducherry and Mizoram. Therefore, all eyes are on when the Maharashtra government will take a decision on fuel price reduction.

Big decision of Punjab government
A few days after the central government reduced excise duty on fuel, the Punjab government has reduced the value added tax (VAT) on petrol and diesel in the state. As a result, petrol and diesel have become cheaper by Rs 10 and Rs 5, respectively. The new rates for petrol and diesel are effective from today. In Punjab, petrol is currently priced at Rs 103.97 per liter and diesel at Rs 86.67 per liter.

Today’s price of petrol-diesel?
Government petroleum companies IOC, HPCL and BPCL have given relief to the common man. Petroleum companies made no change in fuel prices for the third day in a row on Monday. In Delhi, petrol is priced at Rs 104.01 per liter and diesel at Rs 86.71 per liter, according to rates announced by petroleum companies on Monday morning. In Mumbai, petrol and diesel are priced at Rs 109.96 and Rs 94.13 per liter, respectively.

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