Petrol Tax in Haryana: Different Types of Taxes Applicable on Petrol

What Is the Petrol Tax Levied in Haryana?

 

Tax on petrol in Haryana typically comprises a basic price of crude oil, VAT, excise duty and dealer’s commission.

In November 2021, the Union Government of India slashed the excise duty on both petrol and diesel. Following suit, Haryana’s state government also reduced sales tax on petrol, thereby making petrol cheaper by ₹ 12 per litre. [1]

 

Refer to the following table to get a clear idea about tax breakup at fuel’s price on November 2021 -

Elements

Effective as of 27th Jan (in ₹ per litre)

Price charged to dealers

₹48.23 per litre

Excise duty (Levied by the Central Government)

₹27.90 per litre

Average dealer commission

₹5 per litre

VAT (Levied by the State Government)

₹13.2 per litre {16% of (fuel price charged to dealers + excise duty + avg. dealer commission)}

Retail selling price at Haryana

₹94.4 per litre

(Note: The above table serves as an example to explain the petrol tax breakup, with data taken from reliable and authorised sources, as of 27th Jan 2022. The actual prices, however, may vary as fuel price, dealer’s commission, cess and other such aspects change periodically. Check the Latest Petrol Prices in Haryana)

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