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LPG supply improving: IOC

DIMAPUR, OCT 13 (NPN)
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Published on 14 Oct. 2012 12:53 AM IST
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Indian Oil Corporation Limited has said that availability of both domestic subsidized and domestic non-subsidized LPG refill cylinders was fast improving and would be available upon booking by LPG customers in the states of Assam, Arunachal, Tripura, Mizoram and Meghalaya shortly.

In a release, senior corporate communications manager of IOC (east region) Aloke Kumar Singh said for Nagaland and Manipur cylinders were available promptly upon booking. As per the recent scheme announced by government of India, domestic customers of LPG were eligible for three subsidized domestic cylinders between September 14, 2012 and March 31, 2013.

However, IOC said there was no restriction on the number of domestic non-subsidized cylinders. Domestic customers can avail beyond the three subsidized LPG refills to meet their genuine demand for household cooking, it said.

According to IOC, the LPG customers could avail six domestic subsidized LPG refills in a financial year from April 1, 2013. IOC however requested the customers to stick to the existing system of LPG refill bookings so that refills were supplied only to genuine Indane LPG users.

Indane customers have also been requested to ensure that entries of refill supplies were properly made by the delivery boys in the Domestic Gas Consumer Card (Blue Book) issued by their distributors, so as to ensure that refill supplies and the price  were properly recorded.  

Informing that Indian Oil was currently undertaking an ambitious Know Your Customer (KYC) exercise, IOC requested customers to cooperate in completing the exercise early, which will ensure further streamlining of LPG distribution.

 
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