Subsidised LPG cap to be hiked from 6 to 9 from April

Subsidised LPG cap to be hiked from 6 to 9 from April

The government on Thursday raised the cap on supply of subsidised LPG cylinders to nine cylinders from six per year and allowed oil companies to hike diesel prices by a “small quantum” periodically.

There will be no change in LPG and kerosene rates, oil minister M Veerappa Moilytold reporters in New Delhi after the meeting on Cabinet Committee on Political Affairs (CCPA).

“I am happy to inform the Cabinet Committee on Political Affairs has decided to raise the cap on subsidised LPG to nine cylinders per household in a year from existing six cylinders,” he said.

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