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Consumers may Get Subsidized LPG in Ten Days

By correspondent

According to official sources, there is uncertainty on the price of domestic LPG cylinders, and these are expected to sell at Rs 1,327 for the following ten days or even longer. Currently customers are being remitted Rs 844 into their bank accounts. Before price hike, the cost of a subsidized cylinder was Rs 412.... »

LPG Consumers Complain of Money Not Being Credited to Bank Account

By correspondent

At first officials stated that, Aadhaar-linked domestic LPG consumers will get an advance in their bank account as soon as they book their subsidised cylinder. But, many consumers are complaining that leave about one subsidy, many have not yet received 3 to 4 subsidy’s. Several consumers in the city, who have linked their Aadhaar... »

Aadhaar-LGP Linkage Date Extended till August 31

By HIOC Team

The extension on Aadhaar-LPG linkage came as a relief to LPG consumers. Earlier the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) had planned June 1 as the launch of the direct transfer programme in Hyderabad. But, now the date has been extended till August 31. LPG Consumers who have their Aadhaar and LPG linkage will... »

Non-Aadhaar LPG Consumers Can Now Relax – An Extension Till August 15

By HIOC Team

There are 25 lakh domestic LPG connections in Hyderabad and Ranga Reddy district, but according to the reports only 30 per cent of LPG consumers have submitted Aadhaar details. The finance principal secretary recently announced that irrespective of whether LPG consumers have submitted their Aadhaar cards and bank details at gas agencies, they will... »

No Extension of Aadhar-LPG Deadline: Union Government

By HIOC Team

Union government has declared that, the time limit for Aadhar applications (15 May 2013) for subsidised LPG cylinders, is not going to be extended. LPG consumers not having Aadhaar number have to bear the full cost of cylinder. This is because oil companies will credit the subsidy amount only in the bank accounts of... »

Panel Proposes to Stop Subsidised LPG to Consumers Above Annual Income of Rs.6 Lakh

By HIOC Team

4 Aug 11: A parliamentary panel on petroleum and natural gas, in its report for 2010-11 has opposed the proposal of oil ministry which says that the number of subsidized LPG gas cylinders being provided to all consumers should be restricted to four a year. The panel has instead proposed that, the provision of... »

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