New Delhi: After the completion of elections in five states, the issue of petrol and diesel has once again become a topic of discussion in the country. People are getting worried about the ever increasing prices. Petroleum companies on Wednesday increased oil prices by 80 paise per liter for the 14th time in the last 16 days. In such a situation, the question arises in the minds of people that why is it increasing by 80 paise every day. In this we have got the solution of this question.

Petrol price in Delhi continuously increased by Rs 105 per liter Oil prices are skyrocketing since, while the price of petrol in Mumbai has crossed Rs 118 per litre. Let us tell you that in the last 16 days, only two days have happened on 24 March and 1 April that the prices of oil have not increased. Apart from this, the price of oil is increasing every day. At the same time, the price of diesel has gone up to Rs 96.60 per liter.

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And diesel prices remained stable from November 4, 2021 to March 21, 2022. Prices started falling on 22nd March. Which is slowly becoming a burden on the common people of the country. Due to which the pressure on the prices of logistics is also increasing day by day, due to which the direct effect of inflation is being seen on the plate of the common man.

Why is the price rising only by 80 paise?
Let us now tell you why the price of petrol and diesel is increasing only by 80 paise and why the appropriate increase is not being done at one go. According to a report published in our affiliate website DNA, the answer is actually hidden in a guideline. Oil companies had earlier received a circular to increase the prices of petrol and diesel. It was suggested that the maximum increase in their prices could be up to Rs. In such a situation, the companies have fixed the maximum amount of 80 paise per liter. This is the reason why petrol and diesel have been increased by a maximum of 80 paise.