Out of 23.22 crore LPG consumers under the Scheme, 19.57 crore are getting subsidy through Aadhaar Transfer Compliant mode
Direct Benefit Transfer of LPG Scheme (DBTL)/PAHAL was launched in 54 districts of the country on 15 November 2014 and was subsequently extended to rest of the country on 1 January 2015. Currently, the Scheme is under implementation in 715 districts.
Under the Scheme, the LPG cylinders are being sold at non-subsidised price and subsidy, as admissible, is transferred to consumers directly into his/her bank account subject to applicable cap on subsidized refills.
With the implementation of PAHAL, with the help of de-duplication process first at Oil marketing Companies (OMCs) level and subsequently at NIC level Read More
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