If you are included in the list of beneficiaries of Pradhan Mantri Ujjawala Yojana, you will also get this benefit.

If you are included in the list of beneficiaries of Pradhan Mantri Ujjawala Yojana, you will also get this benefit.

In view of the Koro epidemic, PM Modi announced a lockdown in India and at the same time unveiled several schemes to provide relief to the poor.  One of them is to provide free gas cylinders to the beneficiaries through Pradhan Mantri Ujjawala Yojana.  If you are also included in the list of beneficiaries of Pradhan Mantri Ujjawala Yojana, you will also get this benefit.
The government has also started working for this beneficiary and money has also started coming into the accounts of many people.  The benefit of this facility of the government will be available only to those who are registered in this scheme.  The benefit of this scheme of the government is available only to those who have already registered themselves through this scheme.  The amount in the account will be used to pay the debt to the person bringing the cylinder.

Beneficiary's mobile number must be registered

It is mandatory for the customer to have a mobile number registered to avail the LPG cylinder for availing.  The government has made preparations for the scheme and the money has also started coming in.  With this money you will be able to take the cylinder by paying cash.

A gap of at least 15 days is required to book a new gas cylinder.  In Ujjawala scheme only 3 cylinders of 14.2 kg will be given in Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Yojana.  Only one cylinder will be provided in 1 month.

Important links

👉 www.mylpg.in official website

👉 Check your LPG subsidy

👉 LPG new rules 2020

👉 All sahay yojna check all sahay yojna

👉 whatsapp-telegram-facebook. Join

If you see that your gas subsidy has not been credited to your account, you will also have to complain online. You can also see here what the complaint you have been dealing with has been dealt with. Apart from this you can also register your complaint by calling the toll free number 18002333555.

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