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Prices of Petrol and Diesel at Non BJP-ruled States

PM Modi at a meet appealed non-BJP ruled states to reduce VAT on fuel. So, how much do a litre of petrol and diesel cost in those states?
In MVA government in Maharashtra, a litre of petrol costs Rs 120.51 while diesel is retailed at Rs 104.77.
In the TMC-ruled West Bengal, people have to shell out Rs 115.12 for a litre of petrol while diesel costs Rs 99.83, per litre.
In Tamil Nadu where DMK is in power, a litre of petrol and diesel are sold at Rs 110.85 and Rs 100.94, respectively.
The YSRCP-ruled in Andhra, which has been giving issue-based support to NDA govt in Centre, citizens have to pay Rs 121 for a litre of petrol and Rs 103.88 for diesel.
The LDF government in Kerala, a litre of petrol is sold at Rs 117.19 while diesel costs Rs 102.26.
In Telangana, ruled by the KCR's TRS, people have to shell out Rs 119.49 and Rs 105.49 for a litre of petrol and diesel, respectively.
The JMM-led government in Jharkhand, a litre of petrol is sold at Rs 108.67 and diesel is retailed at Rs 102.02.
Whereas in AAP government in Delhi, people have to pay Rs 105.41 for a litre of petrol while diesel costs Rs 96.97 per litre.