Petrol, diesel cheaper in Pak, Nepal & Bhutan than India
Tue, May 29, 2018, 11:59 AM
Petrol and diesel in India are not just costlier than in the neighbouring countries Nepal, Bhutan and Pakistan, but their prices have been on the rise in the country, posing hardships to the common people and there's no respite in sight. In India, people are paying up to Rs 87 for one litre of petrol across the country. Whereas in Sri Lanka it is only Rs 50.67 per litre and Rs 66.99 per litre in landlocked Nepal. Similarly, it is selling at Rs 56.63 per litre in Bhutan, Rs 43.82 per litre in Myanmar, Rs 49.67 per litre in Sri Lanka and Rs 68.47 per litre in Bangladesh.