New Delhi: Due to the ongoing lockout in the coronavirus crisis, all activities have come to a standstill, leaving the states facing huge revenue shortfalls. Now, in view of this, the states are slowly adopting some measures. One of them is to increase VAT on petrol and diesel.
Now, from June 1, the northeastern state of Mizoram is going to increase VAT on petrol and diesel. The Mizoram government has announced a VAT hike of 2.5 per cent on petrol and 5 per cent on diesel from June 1.After this, petrol and diesel prices will go up in the state.
What will be the increase in petrol and diesel prices in the state?
After the hike, petrol price in Mizoram will go up from Rs 66.54 per liter to Rs 69.87 per liter and diesel from Rs 60.49 to Rs 62 per liter.
Which states have increased VAT so far?
Apart from Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Jharkhand, West Bengal, Nagaland, Karnataka and Assam, the Haryana government has also increased VAT on petrol and diesel in the state, which has led to a rise in petrol and diesel prices in these states. Has increased. In addition, Orissa has recently increased VAT on petrol and diesel.
How do you know the price of petrol and diesel in your city?
Indian Oil, the country’s largest oil marketing company, sends you the price of petrol and diesel via SMS. You can send your city code and RSP to 9224992249 from the company’s website. Each city has a different code on the IOCL website, which you will find. It allows you to know the prices of petrol and diesel at the pumps in your city.