Prime Minister Ujjwala scheme new update 2020 - સરકારી યોજના
Prime Minister Ujjwala scheme new update 2020


What is this plan
Depending on the plan, when you take the LPG connection, the total amount with the gas stove is Rs. 3200. wherein Rs. 1600 rupees is given as subsidy by the government. The remaining Rs 1,600 is provided by the oil company. But customers have to pay the balance of Rs 1600 to the companies as EMI.

The EMI structure is such that customers do not have to pay separately. When you refill LPG, the amount deposited as DBT in your account is paid directly to the companies account. This amount is given till it reaches Rs 1600. Once you make this payment, you start receiving subsidies again.

No EMI on first 6 cylinder of 14 kg
Due to this the affected consumers were facing financial hardship, due to which the Petroleum Ministry ordered the oil companies to start the EMI Deferral Scheme. This will not require customers to pay EMI on 6 cylinders in a 14 kg cylinder in a year. EMI has to be paid on the seventh cylinder.

Can be applied in this way
 Any woman of BPL family can apply for gas connection on PMUY basis, for this you have to fill KYC form and submit it to the nearest LPG center. The application for PMUY requires a 2 page form, required documents, name, address, Jan Dhan bank account number, Aadhaar number etc. At the time of application you will also have to tell whether you need a 14.2 kg cylinder or a 5 kg cylinder. . You can also download the PMUY form from the Prime Minister Ujjwala scheme site.
 These documents are required for PMUY






  • Important Documents

  • BPL card authorized by Panchayat Officer or Municipal Corporation President
  • BPL Ration Card
  • Photo ID (Aadhaar Card, Water ID)
  • Passport size photo
  • Copy of ration card
  • Gazetted officer certified copy
  • Copy of LIC policy, bank statement
  • Name printout in BPL list

Prime Minister Ujjwala scheme new update 2020

Prime Minister Ujjwala scheme new update 2020


What is this plan
Depending on the plan, when you take the LPG connection, the total amount with the gas stove is Rs. 3200. wherein Rs. 1600 rupees is given as subsidy by the government. The remaining Rs 1,600 is provided by the oil company. But customers have to pay the balance of Rs 1600 to the companies as EMI.

The EMI structure is such that customers do not have to pay separately. When you refill LPG, the amount deposited as DBT in your account is paid directly to the companies account. This amount is given till it reaches Rs 1600. Once you make this payment, you start receiving subsidies again.

No EMI on first 6 cylinder of 14 kg
Due to this the affected consumers were facing financial hardship, due to which the Petroleum Ministry ordered the oil companies to start the EMI Deferral Scheme. This will not require customers to pay EMI on 6 cylinders in a 14 kg cylinder in a year. EMI has to be paid on the seventh cylinder.

Can be applied in this way
 Any woman of BPL family can apply for gas connection on PMUY basis, for this you have to fill KYC form and submit it to the nearest LPG center. The application for PMUY requires a 2 page form, required documents, name, address, Jan Dhan bank account number, Aadhaar number etc. At the time of application you will also have to tell whether you need a 14.2 kg cylinder or a 5 kg cylinder. . You can also download the PMUY form from the Prime Minister Ujjwala scheme site.
 These documents are required for PMUY






  • Important Documents

  • BPL card authorized by Panchayat Officer or Municipal Corporation President
  • BPL Ration Card
  • Photo ID (Aadhaar Card, Water ID)
  • Passport size photo
  • Copy of ration card
  • Gazetted officer certified copy
  • Copy of LIC policy, bank statement
  • Name printout in BPL list
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