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Sagar Patel

By Sagar Patel

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On one hand, the Karnataka and Goa governments have worked to break the backs of the common people by increasing the prices of petrol and diesel. On the other hand, the Maharashtra government has provided a huge relief to the common people by reducing the price of petrol and diesel by two rupees. In fact, the state government has reduced the tax on petrol and diesel. The Maharashtra government announced this in the budget presented in the assembly. We also tell you by what percentage the government has reduced the tax on petrol and diesel and what is the price of petrol in Mumbai, one of the major cities of the country.

Where was the tax reduced?

State Deputy CM Ajit Pawar, while announcing the Maharashtra budget, said that taxes on petrol and diesel will be reduced in the Mumbai region. For the Mumbai region, the tax on diesel has been reduced from 24 per cent to 21 per cent. Following which diesel prices will be reduced by Rs 2 per litre. In the Mumbai region, the tax on petrol will be reduced from 26 per cent to 25 per cent, due to which the price of petrol will be reduced by 65 paise per litre.

How much will gasoline and diesel prices rise?

There will be a reduction in prices due to reduction in taxes on petrol and diesel in the Mumbai region. According to IOCL, the price of petrol in Mumbai is currently Rs 104.21 per litre. Now the price will be reduced by 65 paise to Rs 103.56 per litre. On the other hand, the current price of diesel is Rs 92.15 per litre. Which will be reduced by Rs 2 per liter to Rs 90.15 per liter. Earlier, the central government had reduced the price of petrol and diesel by Rs 2. This means that in Mumbai the price of diesel has come down by about Rs 4 per liter and that of petrol by more than two and a half rupees per liter in three and a half months.

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Maharashtra Budget Highlights

  1. The Deputy CM also said that under the CM Anna Chhatra Yojana provided by the Maharashtra government, three gas cylinders will be provided free of cost to every household.
  2. The Maharashtra government will provide a bonus of Rs 5,000 per hectare to all farmers cultivating cotton and soybean.
  3. Even after July 1, 2024, dairy farmers will receive a bonus of Rs 5 per litre.
  4. For assistance in case of death due to animal attack, families will now be given Rs 25 lakh instead of Rs 20 lakh given earlier.

This plan was also announced

In the 2024-25 state budget, Maharashtra Deputy CM Ajit Pawar introduced a financial assistance scheme called Mukhyamantri Majhi Ladki Bahin Yojana. Eligible women aged between 21 and 60 will receive a monthly subsidy of Rs 1,500 from July, four months before the state elections in October. Rs 46,000 crore will be allocated annually for this scheme.

Sagar Patel

Sagar Patel

I am Sagar Patel, specializing in business news reporting. With a keen focus on economic trends, market analysis, and corporate developments,

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