New Delhi. Where on one hand the price of Petrol-Diesel, from politics to the life of the common man, affects more or less every day. At the same time, the price of petrol and diesel may not have changed in the country today. At the same time, petrol is being sold at Rs 100 and diesel at around Rs 90 per litre. What did Hardeep Singh Puri say, but now the prices of petrol and diesel may come down soon. Yes, on Saturday, Petroleum Minister Hardeep Singh Puri in the Modi government said that oil companies may consider reducing the prices of petrol and diesel, if crude oil prices remain stable in the international market. Not only this, it will also depend on how the performance of the oil companies is. If these companies do better in the next quarter, then they will be able to decide on a price cut. What are the chances It is also being said that if the next one quarter is good for these companies, then there is every possibility of a price cut. Along with this, experts believe that the price of crude may remain soft in the second quarter of FY2024. However, at the same time, Petroleum Minister Hardeep Singh Puri has also made it clear that he cannot make any announcement regarding the reduction in the price of petrol and diesel at the moment. It has to be seen what happens next and what can be done. Will it happen in view of the coming elections, then this statement of Hardeep Singh Puri has many political implications before the coming 2024 general elections in the country. Anyway, the main opposition party Congress is continuously attacking the Modi government regarding inflation, petrol and diesel prices etc. In such a situation, this statement of Central Government Minister Puri is being seen as a sign of reduction in the price of petrol and diesel. The price of petrol and diesel has not changed since the last 13 months. It is noteworthy that the price of petrol and diesel has not changed since the last 13 months. And the last price cut was on 22 May 2022. Due to this coming softening in crude, oil marketing companies may have room to reduce the price, which can now be directly benefited by the general public. Due to this, it is believed that the price of petrol and diesel may decrease in the next few months.