February 22, 2024, Thursday
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Now petrol costs Rs. 170 in Kathmandu

The Nepal Weekly
July 5, 2023

Nepal Oil Corporation (NOC) has slaced the price of petroleum products to be effective from Monday midnight.

The price of diesel, petrol, kerosene and aviation fuel has been decreased, as per the decision. According to NOC, the price has been adjusted by dividing country’s territory in three categories.

NOC Spokesperson Manoj Thakur informed that price of diesel, petrol and kerosene has been slashed by Rs 7.50 in the first category, Rs 6 in second category and Rs 5 in third category.

Price of petrol has been fixed Rs 167.50 per litre in area of first category, Rs 169 in area of second category and Rs 170 in area of third category, as peer the NOC’s decision.

Earlier, the price of petrol was Rs 175 per litre across the country. The price of diesel and kerosene is Rs 147.50 in the area of first category, Rs 149 per litre in the area of second category and Rs 150 per litre in the area of third category.

The NOC has put Charali, Biratnagar, Janakpur, Birgunj, Amalekhgunj, Bhalbari, Nepalgunj and Dhangadi in first category, Surkhet and Dang in second category and Kathmandu, Pokhara and Dipayal in third category.

Likewise, the price of domestic aviation fuel has been reduced by Rs 14 per litre while international aviation fuel by 115 US dollar per kiloliter.