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    Day after Centre's appeal, Maharashtra govt cut diesel prices by Rs 1.56 per litre


    New Delhi, Oct 5: A day after Centre's appeal, Maharashtra government has decided to provide relief of ₹ 1.56/litre on diesel to give total benefit of ₹4.06/litre in the State.

    Day after Centres appeal, Maharashtra govt cut diesel prices by Rs 1.56 per litre

    On Thursday, the Centre had announced a cut in the petrol and diesel prices by Rs 2.50 per litre.

    [Day after Centre's appeal, Bihar, Chandigarh reduces prices of petrol and diesel]

    Following Jaitley's announcement, most of the key BJP ruled states such as Maharashtra, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, Tripura, Jharkhand, Chattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh and Himachal Pradesh also announced an additional cut of Rs 2.50 per litre on petrol and diesel bringing the effect reduction to Rs 5 per litre on fuel prices.

    Fadnavis lauded Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Finance Minister Arun Jaitley for the Centre's decision to reduce petrol and diesel prices.

    [Govt cuts fuel prices by Rs 2.50, Congress calls it panic reaction ahead of polls]

    However, Delhi, Punjab and West Bengal were among the few states who did not announce any cut in the fuel prices following Centre's appeal.

    Fuel prices were witnessing a steep rise since the past few weeks. Despite the prices of petrol and diesel touching record highs with continuous hikes, the Central government skirted questions on whether it is considering a tax cut on imported crude to bring down the prices.

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