The Centre on May 5 hiked excise duty on petrol and diesel by Rs 10 and Rs 13 respectively. These duty rate changes come into effect from May 6. The hike in duty has taken away gains that the consumer had from falling global crude oil prices.
On May 4, Delhi government had increased petrol prices by Rs 1.67 to Rs 71.26 per litre and diesel by Rs 7.10 to Rs 69.29 per litre.
So how much does one pay in taxes if they fill up a litre of petrol or diesel in Delhi?
Here is break-up of charges in a litre of petrol in Delhi. This price buildup of Petrol at Delhi effective May 6.
|Price Charged to Dealers (excluding Excise Duty and VAT)||Rs/Litre||18.28|
|Add : Excise Duty||Rs/Litre||32.98|
|Add : Dealer Commission (Average)||Rs/Litre||3.56|
|Add : VAT (including VAT on Dealer Commission)||Rs/Litre||16.44|
|Retail Selling Price at Delhi- (Rounded)||Rs/Litre||71.26|
Now, here is a break-up for prices of diesel in Delhi.
|Price Charged to Dealers (excluding Excise Duty and VAT)||Rs/Litre||18.78|
|Add : Excise Duty||Rs/Litre||31.83|
|Add : Dealer Commission (Average)||Rs/Litre||2.52|
|Add : VAT (including VAT on Dealer Commission)||Rs/Litre||16.26|
|Retail Selling Price at Delhi- (Rounded)||Rs/Litre||69.39|