LPG Price Hiked
As we are very close to crossing the half-year mark of 2022, there are some crucial decisions taken by the Government in terms of many essential services. The financial changes in May include LPG Cylinder prices, AFT Fuel prices, and PM KISAN e-KYC. Whatever these changes maybe it is sure that the pocket of a common man is going to be affected.
So Here Are Those Financial Changes Which Are Going To Affect Your Pockets:
LPG Cylinder Price Hiked
State-owned retailers have increased the price of 19 Kg commercial cylinder by ₹102.5 resulting in raising the final price to ₹2,355.50 from ₹2,253. Now the current price of a 5 kg cylinder is ₹655 and the rate of a 14.2 Kg commercial cylinder remains the same.
If we talk about city-wise prices, in Delhi the 19 Kg commercial cylinder will now cost ₹2,355.50 compared to ₹2,253 earlier. In Mumbai, the price of a commercial cylinder rose to ₹2,307 from ₹2,205. Kolkata citizens will buy a 19 Kg commercial cylinder at ₹2,455 compared to the previous rate of ₹2,351. In Chennai, a commercial cylinder is being sold at ₹2,508 after the hike compared to the previous rate of ₹2,406.
ATF Price Hike
On Sunday, jet fuel rates also increased by 3.22 per cent, this hike resulted in the all-time high of Rs 1,16,851.46 a Kilolitre. This is the ninth hike of this year in jet fuel rates. Air Turbine Fuel (ATF) prices get revised every time on the 1st day or 14th day of the month. In Delhi, jet fuel price went up to ₹Rs 1,16,851.46 per kilolitre or ₹116 per litre, after this hike of ₹3,649.13 per Kilolitre. As in Mumbai, the jet fuel will cost Rs 1,15,617.24 per kilolitre, in comparison to Kolkata which is Rs 1,21,430.48 and Chennai Rs 1,20,728.03.
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PM KISAN e-KYC
Farmers who are getting the financial benefit of PM Kisan Yojana are required to add e-KYC details, it is mandatory to do so before May 31 to keep getting the benefit without any issue. The complete process can be performed online and note that the deadline is extended from May 22 to May 31.