New Delhi: Petrol price continue to mount across the country and touched a record of highest ever on Saturday in the national capital of India with petrol retail rice at Rs 100.91 per litre and diesel nearly Rs 89.88 per litre respectively.
In Mumbai, the capital city of Maharashtra, the petrol prices are around Rs 106.93 per litre and diesel prices are at Rs 97.46 per litre. Which are very high.
In Delhi, petrol got costlier by 35 paisa while diesel rose by 26 paisa. Different states have likewise seen an expansion in the costs of petroleum and diesel. Rates have been expanded the nation over and contrast from one state to another depending upon the occurrence of significant worth added charge.
Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar on Friday said the Center should show a “bigger heart” and diminish charges on fuel to give alleviation to normal residents who are reeling under exorbitant costs of petrol and diesel.
Madhya’s Pradesh’s Bhopal additionally logged taking off petroleum costs. Rs 109.24 per liter is being charged on petroleum and Rs 98.67 per liter is being charged on diesel.
In Kolkata, petrol costs remain at Rs 101.01 per liter and diesel costs remain at Rs 92.97 per liter respectively.
Farmers Protest Against Petrol Price Hike:
Delhi News, Farmers who were protesting against the new horticulture laws on Thursday met up to speak more loudly against the new value climbing of petrol, diesel and cooking oil, requesting that the rates be divided with quick impact.
Bharatiya Kisan Union leader Rakesh Tikait on Saturday declared that from July 22nd onwards, 200 people will be protesting near Parliament, in view of the ongoing farmers’ protests and also on the rising fuel prices.
Tikait on Thursday said the farmers are prepared to chat with the public authority on the homestead laws however clarified that the conversations ought to be held without conditions.
Tikait was reacting to Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar’s comments where he said the public authority is prepared to hold converses with the fighting ranchers to examine different choices.
Talking about the current year’s Republic Day occurrence, Tikait today said, “We didn’t say that we’ll take up the issue of new ranch bills at the United Nations. We’d reacted to an inquiry over the January 26 episode.
Is there any organization here that can direct a fair-minded examination? If not, would it be advisable for us to make a difference to the UN?
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Farmers have been fighting at various boundaries of the public capital since November 26 against the three recently sanctioned homestead laws Farmers’ Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Act, 2020; the Farmers Empowerment and Protection) Agreement on Price Assurance and Farm Services Act 2020 and the Essential Commodities (Amendment) Act, 2020.
On Republic Day, protestors did not follow the guided route and broken the barricades to enter Delhi, clashed with the police, and damaged property in many surrounding areas of the national capital during the farmer’s tractor rally. They also entered the Red Fort without permission and raised their flags from its ramparts.