Petrol and diesel prices across India on Monday, October 25, broke the five-day streak of going up till Sunday and remained unchanged.
However, the prices remained at an all time high. According to a fuel price notification from the Oil Marketing Companies (OMCs), the last revision in petrol and diesel rates was done on October 24, that is, on Sunday.
On this day, petrol and diesel prices went up by 35 paise a litre.
In the national capital of Delhi, petrol can be bought at Rs 107.59 per litre.
Similarly, the cost of one litre of diesel was fixed at Rs 96.32, according to the price notification by the OMCs