LPG Gas Connection price hike: Domestic LPG (Doestic LPG) is already expensive, now getting a new domestic LPG connection has also become expensive. Government petroleum companies have decided to make domestic gas connections expensive from tomorrow i.e. Thursday, June 16. Under the domestic LPG connection, companies have increased the security amount of 14.2 kg cylinder by Rs 750. 350 rupees more will have to be paid for a cylinder of five kg. Not only LPG cylinders but petroleum companies have also increased the prices of gas regulators. 100 more will have to be paid for the new gas regulator.
price so high
Now for getting a new kitchen connection, you will have to pay Rs 2,200. Whereas earlier 1450 rupees had to be paid. That is, now Rs 750 more will have to be deposited as the security of the cylinder. Apart from this, 250 for regulator, 25 for passbook and 150 for pipe will have to be paid separately. Accordingly, for the first time gas cylinder connection and first cylinder, the consumer will have to pay a total of Rs 3,690. If a consumer takes two cylinders, then he will have to pay Rs 4400 as security.
Shock to the beneficiaries of Ujjwala scheme
For the security of a cylinder of five kilograms, now more amount will have to be deposited. For the security of 5 kg cylinder, now instead of Rs 800, Rs 1150 will have to be paid. Under the Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana, customers who take LPG cylinders are also going to be shocked. If these customers double the cylinder on their connection i.e. take another cylinder, then they will have to pay the increased security amount. Customers will now have to spend Rs 250 instead of Rs 150 for a new connection regulator.
3690 rupees will have to be paid for the connection of one cylinder
The new price of a one-cylinder connection will now be Rs 3690. Gas stove will have to be paid separately. However, due to the cost of cooking gas connection, the common people will be shocked. Amidst the rising prices of LPG, the cost of connections will cut the pockets of the common people.