LPG, ration cards and rules of these various services are changing from June 1,

LPG, ration cards and rules of these various services are changing from June 1, which is very important to know 2020.

The new month will begin with the end of May and many things related to your daily life are going to change. Where people are hoping that the government will give a lot of relief from June 1, a lot of things will change around you from June 1, 2020. Whether it is railway, air service or ration card related or your LPG cylinder. Many of the rules are going to change from June 1st. Let us tell you what will change in your life from June 1 and how it will affect your pocket.

One Nation One Ration Card

The Modi government's special scheme is going to start from June 1. The One Nation One Ration Card government scheme will be launched from June 1. The scheme will be implemented in 20 states across the country. After the implementation of this government scheme, a ration card will be implemented across the country. People can take government foodgrains and rations from their ration card in any state. This government scheme will benefit a large number of poor class and tourists who keep going to other states for work. The Modi government's scheme will provide essential foodgrains to a large number of poor people at very low cost.

200 trains will start from June 1

Indian Railways is going to run 200 trains from June 1 to provide relief to people stranded in different parts of the country after May 31. These 200 trains will be non AC. Railway Minister Piyush Goyal confirmed this in a tweet. According to Goyal, Indian Railways is going to run 200 non-AC trains daily from June 1 according to your own timetable. Booking of these trains will start soon. However, the exact date of these trains and their routes have not been announced at present.

Rise in petrol-diesel prices

Petrol-diesel prices will go up in many states from June 1. Many states have decided to increase VAT on petrol-diesel prices after the lockdown actually reduced the demand for petrol-diesel. Increasing VAT will lead to petrol price. The Mizoram government has decided to increase VAT on petrol by 2.5 per cent and diesel by 5 per cent in the state from June 1.

Airlines airline Go Air will resume service

Flight service provider GoAir is set to resume its service from June 1. GoAir will resume its flight service from June 1 based on government guidelines. Almost all the airlines except Goer have resumed their services after the green light was given to airlines across the country from May 25.

Changes in LPG cylinder prices
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LPG cylinder prices will change once again on June 1, 2020. Gas cylinder prices fell last month. In addition, buses of UP Roadways will start running from June 1. The number of passengers in the buses running during this period will be limited. Bus drivers have to follow the prescribed guidelines.