Telangana is one of the South Indian states which is situated on the center-south stretch of the Indian Peninsular. The state was newly formed on June 2, 2014, and it was carved out of the north-western part of the previous Andhra Pradesh state. It is the twelfth most populated state in the country and has an estimated population of 35,193,978 residents as per the 2011 census report.
|City||Today Price||Yesterday Price|
|Adilabad||₹ 76.22||₹ 76.29|
|Bhadradri Kothagudem||₹ 74.93||₹ 75.41|
|Hyderabad||₹ 74.61||₹ 74.70|
|Jagitial||₹ 75.26||₹ 75.12|
|Jangaon||₹ 74.38||₹ 74.63|
|Jayashankar Bhupalpa||₹ 75.38||₹ 74.76|
|Jogulamba Gadwal||₹ 75.87||₹ 76.11|
|Kamareddy||₹ 75.16||₹ 75.25|
|Karim Nagar||₹ 74.62||₹ 74.54|
|Khammam||₹ 74.65||₹ 74.68|
|Komram Bheem Asifaba||₹ 75.97||₹ 75.91|
|Mahabubabad||₹ 74.70||₹ 74.66|
|Mancherial||₹ 75.25||₹ 75.72|
|Medak||₹ 75.04||₹ 75.39|
|Medchal Malkajgiri||₹ 74.61||₹ 74.70|
|Mehabubnagar||₹ 75.37||₹ 75.55|
|Nagarkurnool||₹ 75.54||₹ 75.59|
|Nalgonda||₹ 74.17||₹ 74.51|
|Nirmal||₹ 76.34||₹ 76.02|
|Nizamabad||₹ 75.63||₹ 76.04|
|Peddapalli||₹ 75.21||₹ 74.83|
|Rajanna Sircilla||₹ 75.13||₹ 75.17|
|Rangareddi||₹ 74.61||₹ 74.70|
|Sangareddy||₹ 74.90||₹ 74.79|
|Siddipet||₹ 74.87||₹ 74.88|
|Suryapet||₹ 74.49||₹ 74.47|
|Vikarabad||₹ 74.85||₹ 75.29|
|Wanaparthy||₹ 75.79||₹ 75.87|
|Warangal||₹ 74.45||₹ 74.41|
|Warangal Rural||₹ 74.28||₹ 74.40|
|Yadadri Bhuvanagiri||₹ 74.32||₹ 74.67|
The Indian state-run oil marketing companies which include Bharat Petroleum, Indian Oil and Hindustan Petroleum has introduced many ways to track the petrol prices on a daily basis.The prices of petrol are revised at 6 am in the morning. The customers can know the petrol prices using the mobile applications by the oil marketing firms either by sending an SMS alert or by visiting their respective web portals or by calling the toll-free customer care numbers. Fuel@IOC is the mobile application introduced by Indian Oil, My HPCL is the mobile app of Hindustan Petroleum and SmartDrive is the mobile app of Bharat Petroleum.
VAT stands for Value Added Tax. The Value Added Tax is a consumption tax levied on a product or service by the state government or the central government whenever the value is added at each step of the supply chain which starts from the production stage and ends at the point of sale. The amount of VAT that a user pays is actually at the cost of the product less any of the costs of materials used in the product which is already taxed.
It is the tax which the government levies on the purchase of certain goods and services. The customer has to bear the VAT expenses. In India state governments levy VAT on petrol price and the same differs from one state to another.
In Telangana, the rate of Value Added Tax on petrol stands at 33.26%.