Telangana price is the highest in the state of Andhra Pradesh. Telangana petrol price is high than the national average.
Telangana petrol price is high than the national average. Telangana petrol price is high than the national average.
This is another one of those times when I have an inexplicable urge to mention the price of petrol in Telangana. I know it’s not a particularly important topic, but when I do it, I can’t help but think that I’m the only person who thinks the Telangana petrol price is high.
Telangana petrol price is the highest in India. It has always been high. Andhra Pradesh is the most expensive state with petrol prices averaging Rs.1.33 per litre. While petrol prices have been stable in Andhra Pradesh for the last couple of years, the Telangana petrol price has gone up from Rs.1.13 per litre in 2009 to Rs.1.33 per litre in 2012.
The price of petrol is also a bit higher in Andhra Pradesh, but the average price of petrol is about the same in Telangana as it was in 2009. So if you want to sell a lot of petrol in Andhra Pradesh you would need to get a lot of prices.
In Telangana, the Telangana petrol price has also gone up from Rs.1.13 per litre in 2009 to Rs.1.33 per litre in 2012. This was the highest price in the state for petrol in the last decade.
This is because there have been a number of cases of diesel and petrol price hike in Andhra Pradesh. These have been due to the state government’s decision to increase diesel prices and a recent decision to increase petrol prices. The state government has also increased the petrol price from Rs.1.13 to Rs.1.33 per litre.
There are some who believe this is a good thing for both the petrol and diesel industries. But many others feel that since the price of petrol and diesel is usually higher in the evening, this could lead to a spike in demand, and thus a price increase.
The problem is that a spike in demand is exactly what is going to hurt the industry. In Delhi alone, the petrol pump is now selling about 40,000 liters of petrol per day, which is a significant increase from a few hrs earlier. For the diesel industry, the cost of diesel is also skyrocketing.
One of our most popular arguments against the petrol pump is that it would not have a spike in demand if it were not for the fact that the diesel is less expensive. This is a very important point, and we’ll get to it in our next post.