New Delhi: LPG price is increasing continuously. Prices have more than doubled in the last seven years. However, in the meantime, the good news is coming for the customers. Yes.. once again subsidy is being given on the LPG gas cylinder. Subsidy money has been transferred to the customer’s account. According to the information, now LPG gas consumers are being given Rs 79.26 per cylinder as a subsidy.
However, some customers are getting a subsidy of Rs 158.52 or 237.78 (LPG Subsidy). In such a situation, there is still confusion on this. Let us tell you that such cases were coming for the last several days that the subsidy is not being given in the account of the customers. However, now the complaints have stopped coming.
You also check
There are two ways to check gas subsidy money. First through registered mobile number and second through LPG ID, which is written in your gas passbook. Let us know what is its process?
- First of all you go to http://mylpg.in/ and click on LPG Subsidy Online there. Here you will see tabs of three LPG cylinder companies. Click on the company to which your cylinder belongs. Suppose you have a cylinder of Indane gas, then click on Indane.
- After this, after selecting the Complaint option, click on the button of Next. Then a new interface will open in front of you, which will contain your bank details. From the details, you will know whether the subsidy money is coming to your account or not.
How much does the government spend on subsidies?
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 cylinders. 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.