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Delhi-Mumbai Fuel Live Updates: Prices are all time high, Rs 80.73/litre in Delhi, Rs 88.12/litre in Mumbai

Delhi-Mumbai Fuel Live Updates: Prices are all time high, Rs 80.73/litre in Delhi, Rs 88.12/litre in Mumbai: As you all may know that the Fuel Prices in India is very much dramatic because when they go up, blood pressure of lots of people and political leaders also go up, and when they come down the opposition’s blood pressure go up. Overall, you all can say that the prices of fuel are very dramatic and we are going to update you all this here, as you all may know that it caused a lot of problems today as the Congress has announced the Bharat Bandh.

Delhi-Mumbai Fuel Live Updates

Overall, you all should know that petrol and diesel prices set new records for the fifth consecutive day in New Delhi and Mumbai on Monday. As per the local reports, Petrol prices rose by Rs 0.23/litre both in the national capital (sold at Rs 80.73/litre) and Mumbai (sold at Rs 88.12/litre). We will update you with the latest updates here. Sources are saying that the fuel price is also increased in other nearby states.

Reports are coming that the Diesel rates are also increased as they are now it at Rs 72.83/litre (increase by Rs 0.22/litre) and in Mumbai at Rs 77.32/litre (increase by Rs 0.23/litre). Overall, you all can say that the diesel price might go up a bit more. Overall, you all can see the protests which are already begin against the government on an issue that they hope will find resonance among the public ahead of the Lok Sabha polls next year.

You all should know that the Congress is already beginning to prepare for the upcoming election. Also, the claimed that they have 21 Parties with them including the SP, BSP, TMC, DMK, and RJD. You all should know that the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has made it clear that it would not join the shutdown call by the Congress, IANS reported.

Also, the sources are saying that Trinamool Congress said it would organize street protests but would not enforce a shutdown in West Bengal. Overall, you can see that this whole rage was against the Fuel Price but we think that it is going to be the main issue of upcoming Election.