Agriculture Infra Cess Of Rs 2.5 On Petrol, Rs 4 On Diesel

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Union Budget: Agriculture Infra Cess Of Rs 2.5 On Petrol, Rs 4 On Diesel

Union Finances 2021: Agriculture infrastructure and growth cess on petrol and diesel utilized

New Delhi:

A element to develop farm infrastructure has been added to the price of petrol and diesel within the Union Finances offered by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman at present. An agriculture infrastructure and growth cess of Rs 2.5 per litre on petrol and Rs 4 per litre on diesel have been added within the price range that was made after months of turmoil within the economic system as a result of COVID-19 pandemic, which led to misplaced earnings and job cuts throughout sectors.

There shall be no strain on shoppers as different duties and cess had been revised earlier than the brand new agriculture infrastructure cess was calculated, Ms Sitharaman mentioned.

“Consequent to imposition of Agriculture Infrastructure and Improvement Cess (AIDC) on petrol and diesel, fundamental excise obligation and particular extra excise obligation charges have been decreased on them in order that general shopper doesn’t bear any extra burden,” Ms Sitharaman mentioned.

“Consequently, unbranded petrol and diesel will appeal to fundamental excise obligation of Re 1.4, and Re 1.8 per litre, respectively. The particular extra excise obligation on unbranded petrol and diesel shall be Rs 11 and Rs 8 per litre, respectively. Comparable adjustments have additionally been made for branded petrol and diesel,” the Finance Minister mentioned.


The markets reacted positively to at present’s Union Finances bulletins, with Sensex surging over 2,000 factors and Nifty going above 14,200.

Among the many key bulletins had been doubling healthcare spending and lifting caps on foreigners investing in India’s huge insurance coverage market to assist revive an economic system that suffered its deepest recorded hunch as a result of pandemic.


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