What’s cooking?

The Cabinet has approved restricting the number of LPG Cylinders for residential use to 6 a year.  I have a few operational questions for the people involved in implementing this policy decision:

a.  Can I use the 6 “subsidised” cylinders one after the other or is there an interval between one subsidised cylinder and another?

b. What does the “unsubsidised” or “full price” cylinder cost me?

c.  Will the price of the “subsidised” cylinders be stable or will it again go up periodically?

Can the readers think of some more questions aimed at bringing more  clarity?

 

 

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1 Comment

  1. N Ramesh said,

    September 17, 2012 at 5:11 pm

    A couple of other questions that are worth considering :

    Why not the number of cylinders linked to the number of persons in the family, say as per the Ration Card or by self declaration, as the case may be ?

    Why not those families who are having the second cylinder made to surrender the ‘double’ they have been all along endowed with, when there are many families who are not even having one till date ?


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