Haryana is one of the most popular states located in North India and the state is ranked 21st in terms of scope of the surface. The state was carved out of the previously East Punjab state during 1966 based on language. It has the sixth highest per capita income in the country and it touched Rs 180,174 against the national average of Rs 112,432 for fiscal 2016-2017. With the growing population and development, the state consumes more fuel to achieve its key milestones.
|City||Today Price||Yesterday Price|
|Ambala||₹ 65.35||₹ 65.15|
|Bhiwani||₹ 66.06||₹ 65.64|
|Charki Dadri||₹ 66.03||₹ 65.86|
|Faridabad||₹ 65.87||₹ 65.77|
|Fatehabad||₹ 66||₹ 65.90|
|Gurgaon||₹ 65.67||₹ 65.51|
|Hisar||₹ 65.77||₹ 65.74|
|Jhajjar||₹ 65.65||₹ 65.35|
|Jind||₹ 65.43||₹ 65.44|
|Kaithal||₹ 65.28||₹ 65.29|
|Karnal||₹ 65.37||₹ 65.07|
|Kurukshetra||₹ 65.44||₹ 65.40|
|Mahendragarh||₹ 65.56||₹ 65.43|
|Mewat||₹ 65.89||₹ 65.47|
|Palwal||₹ 65.77||₹ 65.63|
|Panchkula||₹ 65.50||₹ 65.33|
|Panipat||₹ 65.27||₹ 65.09|
|Rewari||₹ 65.37||₹ 65.14|
|Rohtak||₹ 65.66||₹ 65.50|
|Sirsa||₹ 66.15||₹ 66.35|
|Sonipat||₹ 65.42||₹ 65.34|
|Yamunanagar||₹ 65.59||₹ 65.36|
The prices of diesel are revised on a regular basis at 6 am in the morning and the same will be followed across all the fuel stations in Haryana.The changes in the prices will be likely in few paises. The prices of fuel in Haryana depends on the existing prices of fuel in the global market apart from other external factors. If there is a change in the prices of fuel in the global market, it is likely to impact the prices of diesel even in the Haryana State as well. It is better to check the prices of diesel on a regular basis before heading to the fuel station. If there is a small change in its prices and if we are heading for a large amount of diesel filling then it may mean a lot.
The diesel prices in Haryana is turning more buoyant, in line with the global market. Diesel prices are revised regularly on a daily basis and hence it is important to check the prices of petrol. The value of rupee against dollar has dipped which has led to the rise in the diesel prices in the Haryana State.
Diesel prices are not uniform in India, due to various factors which include the state levied Value Added Tax which differs from one state to another, demand and supply of fuel, logistics and so on.
The state government of Haryana levies a Value-added Tax at the rate of 17.22% on diesel.