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LPG Subsidy Big Update: Only now these LPG consumers will get LPG subsidy, see the latest news immediately

LPG Subsidy Latest Update: The government is again sending subsidy money to the account of LPG customers.

If a subsidy of Rs 158.52 has come in someone’s account, then Rs 237.78 in someone’s account. There are many such people, in whose account only Rs 79.26 has been transferred.

The views of the government regarding the rising inflation of LPG cylinders have not come to the fore yet. But in an internal assessment of the government, it is indicating that consumers are ready to pay up to Rs 1000 for a cylinder.

According to sources, the government can take two stances regarding LPG cylinders. First, either the government should supply cylinders without subsidy. Second, some selected consumers should also be given the benefit of subsidy.

Nothing has been clarified by the government about giving subsidy yet. But according to the information received so far, the rule of Rs 10 lakh income will be kept in force and the beneficiaries of Ujjwala scheme will get the benefit of subsidy. Let us tell you that the subsidy may end for the rest of the people.

That’s why LPG subsidy stops

If you are not getting the subsidy on LPG, then it may be due to the lack of Aadhar linking. The subsidy of LPG has been fixed differently in the states. Subsidy is not sent to people whose annual income is Rs 10 lakh or more. It should be noted that this annual income of Rs 10 lakh is added by combining the earnings of both husband and wife.

What is the status of subsidy now?

Let us tell you that the subsidy on LPG has been stopped in some places for the last several months and this rule is running from May 2020. This step was taken only after the prices of crude oil and gas have fallen continuously during the Corona epidemic in the international markets. However, till this time the government has not completely stopped the subsidy on LPG cylinders.

Government spends so much on subsidy

The government’s expenditure on subsidies stood at Rs 3,559 during the financial year 2021. In the financial year 2020, this expenditure was Rs 24,468 crore. Actually this is under the DBT scheme, which was started in January 2015, under which customers have to pay the full amount of non-subsidized LPG cylinder. At the same time, the subsidy money is refunded to the customer’s bank account by the government. Since this refund is direct, the scheme has been named DBTL.




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