LPG gas subsidy: Liquid Petroleum Gas (LPG) gas cylinder prices have been increased for second consecutive month and the new rates have become effective from 1st July 2020.
LPG gas subsidy: Liquid Petroleum Gas (LPG) gas cylinder prices have been increased for second consecutive month and the new rates have become effective from 1st July 2020. However, the latest hike is marginal. The new prices were notified by the Indian Oil Corporation. As per the notification, from today, 14.2 kg subsidized LPG cylinder will cost Rs 1 more in Delhi and the LPG subsidy will be transferred into the beneficiary’s bank account through direct bank transfer (DBT).
However, it has been found that people complain about not receiving subsidy transfer amount in their account. Such LPG gas consumers need not to go to their vendor to ask for the subsidy transfer. They can check it online by sitting at their home. What they need to do is to log in at mylpg.in website from their mobile phone.
How to check LPG gas subsidy transfer online
Here is the step by step guide to check LPG gas subsidy online:
1] Log in at mylpg.in;
2] Click at you LPG gas supplier company means IOC, Bharat Petroleum, etc.;
3] A new interface will get opened;
4] Click at ‘Give your feedback online’ in the bar menu;
5] Fill your registered mobile number, name, consumer number and other details;
6] Click at ‘Feedback Type’;
7] Click at ‘Next’ button after selecting ‘Complaint’ option;
8] Your bank details will become available on your computer monitor; and
9] You can check whether LPG gas subsidy has been credited in your account post-delivery of the cylinder.