ept 14: Petrol and diesel prices were up yet again on Thursday, September 14, after a marginal fall on Wednesday. With dynamic pricing in place, petrol prices rose by Rs 0.04 on Thursday, taking the cost in Mumbai to Rs 79.5 per litre, just a little below Rs 80. In Delhi, the petrol price went up to Rs 70.39 per litre from Wednesday’s Rs 70.35. Even as the Centre has refused to interfere in fuel pricing, Bharatiya Janata Party MP Subramanian Swamy has said the government must bring down the fuel costs.
Swamy urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to reduce the fuel prices. Swamy said that people were being affected by constant rise in fuel prices and the Prime Minister must step in to bring the petrol, diesel prices down. He also added that he was willing to help the government in chalking out a strategy for bringing down the fuel price.