Transportation fuel prices continued their upward trajectory, as the retail price of petrol registered a new record high on Wednesday in Delhi with oil marketing companies (OMCs) increasing pump prices by 25 paise a litre to ₹86.30, reported The Mint.
As per the report, Diesel prices were also up by 25 paise a litre to retail at ₹76.48 a litre in the National Capital Region.
Diesel was retailing at a record high in Mumbai at ₹83.30 a litre. On 30 July 2020, diesel had peaked to an all-time high of ₹81.94 a litre in Delhi. OMCs started increasing auto fuel prices since early January, after holding steady for 29 days.