Government is giving Rs 1600 for LPG gas connection, find out how to avail the benefits of the scheme

In the announced budget, the finance minister has announced 1 crore new gas connections.  This amount can be availed in the government’s Ujjawala scheme.

  •  The government pays Rs. For LPG gas connection
  •  Ujjawala scheme has a big advantage
  •  The government will provide Rs 1600 for gas connection

 In the budget announced on February 1, the finance minister has announced one crore new gas connections.  The government has talked of expanding the scheme on the basis of this gas connection.  Under this scheme, household cooking gas connection will be provided to the families below the poverty line.

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 Poor families get financial assistance on the basis of PM Ujjawala scheme.  In it he is given Rs 1600 from the government.  This rupee is given to buy LPG gas connection.  Along with this, EMI facility is also provided to pay for the cost of filling the gas stove and LPG cylinder for the first time.

 This is how you can apply

 Any woman from BPL family can apply for gas connection on the basis of Ujjawala scheme.

 For this, KYC form has to be filled and submitted to the LPG center.

 When applying, you have to say whether you want a 14.2 kg cylinder or a 5 kg one.

 You can download the form in Ujjawala Yojana from the website of PM Ujjawala Yojana.

 Apart from this you can also take it from LPG center.

 These documents will be required

 To avail the benefits of this scheme, you need documents like BPL Card of Panchayat Officer or Municipal Corporation Chairman, Ration Card of BPL, Aadhar Card, Water ID, Passport Size Photo, Copy of Ration Card, LIC Policy, Bank Statement.

 Who can apply

  •  Only women of the family can apply for this scheme.
  •  Applicant must be 18 years of age.
  •  The applicant family should be below the poverty line.
  •  The applicant must have an account in any bank.
  •  It should not already have a gas connection to its name.

 More information can be found here

 If you want more information about the Ujjawala scheme, you can visit the website of the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas at

Updated: February 8, 2021 — 5:06 am

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