Have you not received LPG Subsidy yet? Instantly, these works will come in the account of money!

New Delhi: Gas cylinder (LPG Gas Cylinder) prices are constantly increasing, but you can get relief by taking LPG Subsidy. Subsidy money is sent directly to the customers account. Before getting the subsidy, check whether you are entitled to the subsidy or not. After this, if you are entitled to get and even after that subsidy is not being received, then link Aadhaar to your bank account quickly. After linking, the money will start coming directly into your account.

Big reason for not getting subsidy
The main reason for not getting subsidy is not to link the LPG ID to the account number. For this, contact your nearest distributor and make him aware of your problem. At the same time, you can also register your complaint by calling the toll free number 18002333555.

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>> First you visit IndianOil’s website https://cx.indianoil.in/.
>> Now you have to click on Subsidy Status and Proceed.
>> After that you have to click on Subsidy Related (PAHAL) option, then you have to click on Subsidy Not Received.
>> You have to enter the registered mobile number and LPG ID.
>> After this verify it and submit it.
>> After this, you will get complete information.

Who gets subsidy
LPG subsidy is different in states, people who have annual income of Rs 10 lakh or more, are not given subsidy. This annual income of Rs 10 lakh is combined with the earnings of both husband and wife.

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Cylinder has become expensive by Rs 225 so far
Since December, the price of gas cylinders has increased by Rs 225. In December, the price of the cylinder was Rs 594, which increased to Rs 819. Let me tell you that there was an increase of 50 rupees in the first. After this, the price of gas was increased by 25 rupees on February 25, and after that again, on March 1, it has been increased by 25 rupees.

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