Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana: PMUJ beneficiaries to get 3 free cylinders till June


Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana: PMUJ beneficiaries to get 3 free cylinders till June





In order to provide relief to the common man from the lockdown of the country due to corona, the Finance Minister has announced to provide free LPG cooking gas cylinder for three months under the Prime Minister's Ujjwala scheme, which will benefit 8 crore women.  The Finance Minister said that under the celebrated scheme, 8 crore BPL families will get free cylinder for three months.  This will benefit 40 million families in the country.  Let you know that the gas connection is provided to the customers under the celebrated scheme.  Customers who join the Joko scheme from August 1, 2019 will benefit.  Oil companies have decided to avoid the EMI recovery plan by July 2020.





 Know what the plan is?





 Under the celebrated scheme, customers get a stove and an LPG cylinder.  Its total cost is Rs 3,200.  The government provides subsidy of Rs 1,600.  There, the remaining Rs 1,600 is provided by the oil companies as loans to consumers.  Customers have to pay it in the form of EMI.  Customers who purchase a 14.2 kg cylinder will have to provide no EMI on the first 6 refills.  The 7th refill will start with EMI.  Similarly, if you buy a 5 kg LPG cylinder, you will not have to pay EMI on the initial 17 refills.  You will receive the full amount of subsidy.





 According to the 2011 census in the PMUY, families who fall into the BPL category can benefit from PMUY.  It aims to provide free LPG connections to a total of 8 crore BPL families under PMUY.





 What documents are required for the PMUY?





 BPL card authorized by Panchayat Officer or Municipal Corporation Chairman





 BPL ration card





 Photo ID (Aadhar Card, Water ID)





 Passport size photo





 Copy of ration card





 True copy made by gazetted officer





 LIC policy, bank statement





 Print out the name in the BPL list





 Other essential things for PMUY





 Applicant's name should be in SECC-2011 figures.





 Applicant must be a woman above 18 years of age





 Women must belong to the BPL family





 It is essential to have a savings account of a woman in a national bank.





 The applicant's house should have no LPG connection before anyone's name.





 Applicant should have BPL card and BPL ration card.





 Following the lock-down, it has been decided to provide free gas cylinders for three months to the customers of Ujjwala Scheme, which is becoming a whisper to poor families.





 In case of lockdown, the oil company has arranged for gas cylinder to be available.  So that customers do not have to use panic booking.





 Following the current Corona virus situation, it would be more convenient for customers to make digital payments instead of cash.  In addition, as per the government's announcement to provide free gas cylinders to the beneficiaries of the celebrated scheme for three months, from April 1 to June 30, 2020, the subscribers of the celebrated scheme will get 3.2 kg of cylinders.









 There is also enough stock available for the company.  The beneficiary will be informed on his registered mobile after depositing the funds in the beneficiary's account and after that he will have to book the refill.  The beneficiary will receive only one month cylinder and another refill can be booked only 15 days after receipt of refill.  So that customers are requested to cooperate.





In addition, if any employee associated with his service by Indian Oil Company dies due to coronet, his family will be given Rs.5 lakh assistance.





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