Petrol, diesel, and kerosene have all increased in price by Rs 3 per litre.


As of midnight yesterday, the government hiked the price of gasoline, which went into effect immediately. Fuel prices have been raised by Rs 3 per litre as a result, including petrol, diesel, and kerosine.

In a meeting today, the Nepal Oil Corporation voted raise the prices of gasoline, diesel, kerosene and aviation fuel, as well as cooking gas, which will take effect immediately. The price of cooking LP gas has increased by Rs 75 each cylinder, bringing it to Rs 1,575 per cylinder.

The price of petrol has increased Rs 136 per liter, while the price of diesel and kerosene has increased to Rs 119 per liter as a result. The price of domestic aviation fuel has been raised by Rs. 5 per litre, bringing it to Rs. per litre now. According to a statement released by the corporation’s co-spokesperson, Puskar the price of aviation fuel flights has reached 895 per kilolitre (US dollars per liter).

In spite of today’s price adjustment, the NOC would suffer a loss of Rs 2.62 billion in the next 15 days, according the release. Prior to this, the price of gasoline had been raised on October 2 to reflect the rise in demand.

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