Masses are unlikely to get relief as finance ministry is reluctant to cut oil prices despite Petroleum Ministrys recommendation for upto Rs 5.5 per liter reduction in fuel rates, media reported on Monday. There was just Rs 1.11 per liter relief likely for the consumers. Recommendation for Rs4.57 per liter cut in petrol price, Rs5.85 in high octane, Rs1.6 in kerosene oil, Rs0.25 in high speed diesel and Rs1.79 in light diesel has been sent to finance ministry in the wake of recent 5.2% fall in international markets, officials in petroleum ministry told media. However, the finance ministry was unwilling to provide relief to masses intending more hikes in petroleum levy, leaving the consumers to expect just Rs 1.11 per liter relief. A final decision in this regard would be taken on Tuesday.