The Rules Including LPG Delivery And Other Rules Will Be Changed From November 2020

The Rules Including LPG Delivery And Other Rules Will Be Changed From November 2020

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These 7 Rules will Change from 1 th November Many new rules will be implemented across the country from November 1. It is important that you keep the information on rules in advance. Let me tell you that from November 1, everything is going to change including the LPG cylinder to the timetable of the trains. Today we will inform you about all those rules which are going to change because all these rules are related to your DAILY LIFE and pocket.


Rule of LPG Cylinder Delivery

From November 1, the rules of Delivery of LPG Cylinder will change. Oil comp
anies will implement the Delivery Authentication Code (DAC) System from 1 November. OTP will now be sent to the consumer’s registered mobile number before the gas delivery. When the cylinder arrives at your home, that OTP will have to be shared with the Delivery boy. If there is a match from the OTP System then only you will get your cylinder.

The rules regarding cooking gas cylinders are about to change. The new rule could take effect from November one. The entire LPG Cylinder Home Delivery system is about to change. Government oil companies have made preparations. The new system will be implemented for delivery from next month. This information is necessary for you if you are ordering a gas cylinder at home.

Changes in Booking Number for Indian Gas

If you are a customer of Indian gas, then you will not be able to book the gas using the old number. Indian gas has sent a new number to its LPG customers for gas booking on their registered mobile number. Customers will now have to call or send an SMS to 7718955555 to book LPG cylinders all over the country.

Gas Cylinder Price:

Let us inform you that the state government and the oil companies fix the LPG Cylinder prices on the first of every month. Cylinder prices will change in November. In October, OIL companies increased the prices of Commercial cylinders. So whether this time we will get relief at Cylinder prices or not this will only be confirmed on 1 November. 
Time Table will change for Trains.

This is important news for those who travel by train. From 1 November, Indian Railways is going to change the time table of trains across the country. This step will change the time of 13 thousand passengers and 7 thousand freight trains. The timetable for 30 Rajdhani trains in the country will also change from 1 November. At the same time, the Tejas Express will run between Chandigarh and New Delhi, except every Wednesday from 1 November. Keep in mind that Tejas Express will not be available on Wednesday only.

Low interest in SBI Savings accounts

From November 1, some important SBI rules are going to change. SBI savings accounts will get less interest. Now from November 1, the interest rate on savings bank accounts in which there is an amount of up to 1 lakh rupees will be reduced by 0.25 percent to 3.25 percent. Whereas deposits of more than 1 lakh rupees will now be of interest as per Repo Rate.

Extra Charges on Depositing Money at Bank of Baroda

Banking beyond the limit set at the Bank of Baroda (BoB) from 1 November will attract a separate fee. From this day, customers will have to pay 150 rupees for the loan account after three times in a month. Talking about the savings account, it would be free to deposit up to three times the amount for the account holders, but if the customer deposited the money for the fourth time, they would have to pay 40 rupees. 

At the same time, people with Jan Dhan Account have got some relief in this, they will not have to pay any fee on depositing, although a 100 rupees charge will have to be paid on withdrawal. So if you have an account in Bank of Baroda then this is very important for you.
MSP Scheme to be implemented in Kerala


The Government of Kerala has fixed the base price for vegetables. With this, Kerala has become the first state in the country to fix the Minimum Support Price (MSP) for vegetables. This minimum or base price of vegetables will be 20 percent more than the cost of production. State Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said that the scheme will be implemented from 1 November.

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