Kathmandu, June 3
The Nepal Oil Corporation has reduced the prices of diesel, petrol and kerosene.
A meeting of the corporation’s board of directors on Thursday decided to reduce the price of diesel, petrol and kerosene by Rs 10 per litre, said the spokesperson of the corporation Binit Mani Upadhyaya.
Petrol will now cost Rs 170 per litre and diesel and kerosene will cost Rs 153 per litre.
The price adjustment came after the government reduced the infrastructure tax on petroleum products by Rs 10 per litre. The government had announced to reduce the tax on petrol through the budget statement.
The prices of cooking gas and aviation fuel have not changed.