Petroleum rates are up by Rs 3.86

source: bolnews

Expanded the quality of petrol-based commodities.

The finance minister’s officials said the cost of oil-based services was increased upon the Eid-ul-Adha.

Rapid fuel costs for each liter have been increased by Rs 5 according to the subtleties.

Rs 5.97 paise increased the cost of kerosene while light diesel was extended by paise Rs 6.62.

The new petroleum rate was set at Rs 103.97 per litre.

Rapid diesel will be eligible at Rs 106.46 a litre, said the announcement.

kerosene oil will be Rs 65.29 per litre, and light diesel will cost Rs 62.86 per litre.

Costs will extend this evening beginning from 12 early afternoon.

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