LPG Pahal DBTL Scheme 2016 Ujjwala Yojana Direct Benefit Transfer

Direct Benefit Transfer of LPG DBTL

LPG Pahal DBTL Scheme 2016 subsidy Ujjwala Yojana Direct Benefit Transfer adhar card linking APL BPL Ration card family of Online application form LPG DBTL Scheme 2016 of subsidy on direct benefit transfer Scheme of LPG apply online Scheme in bank account subsidy on kerosene Direct Transfer Of Cash Subsidy On PDS Kerosene LPG subsidy in bank accounts, Adhar card in districts

Direct Benefit Transfer for LPG Subsidy (DBTL), now re-launched as PAHAL DBTL, was a noteworthy step towards strengthening the LPG subsidy mechanism in India. The DBTL can ensure reduction in diversion of domestic LPG to commercial use. Since bank accounts or Aadhaar card numbers are linked to the LPG database, it can identify ghost connections, consequently decreasing de-duplication and subsidy burden. The Prime Minister Ujjwala Yojana was released on March 2016 and the specific details and its effects on existing schemes are not yet clear. However, it is a significant step for targeted subsidy provision of LPG to promote use of clean and sustainable cooking fuels.

PAHAL DBTL Scheme 2016 Current coverage by OMCs’ LPG distributors caters to 97% of the geographical blocks of the country. The public sector OMCs aim to increase the national LPG coverage to 75% with a minimum 60% coverage in each state and at least one distributor in each block by 2019. The DBTL scheme was first launched in June 2013 with a mandatory requirement of Aadhaar card to avail benefits. However, the scheme was later reviewed to take in to account the difficulties borne by consumers and re-launched in 2014. The modified PAHAL scheme has two options for consumers to receive subsidy. Once the consumer joins the scheme, he/she is referred to as the Cash Transfer Compliant (CTC).

Option 1 (Primary): Consumers who have Aadhaar numbers are required to link it with their bank accounts and their 17-digit LPG consumer ID.

Option 2 (Secondary): If consumers do not possess Aadhaar number, they have the option of either linking their present bank account number with their LPG consumer ID or providing account details to their LPG distributor.

Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana
The scheme aims to provide LPG connections to women beneficiaries from BPL households. Identification of BPL families will be carried out in consultation with State and Union Territory Governments. An initial financial support of Rs.1600 would be given for each LPG connection in addition to an EMI facility to meet the cost of stoves and refill10. The scheme has received a Union Budget allocation of Rs.2000 Crore for FY 2016-17 to provide connections to 1.5 crore women from BPL families. It will be continued for two more years in order to cover the target of 5 crore households by 2019.

Aligarh Meerut Lucknow Rajiv Gandhi Gramin LPG Vitaran Yojana(RGGVY): The scheme was started in 2009 with a focus on rural households and areas with low LPG coverage. The aim of the scheme was to start small size LPG distributor agencies. It provides one-time financial assistance to BPL households, with public sector OMCs bearing the cost of security deposit and pressure regulator.

CSR Scheme for Release of Connection to BPL Families: BPL families can avail new LPG connections without paying the security deposit of one cylinder and one pressure regulatorthrough the CSR scheme under RGGVY. However, the other expenses for release of new LPG connections like installation and administration charges need

The government of India puts a way ahead to launched  Cash subsidy on kerosene after the successful implementation of cash subsidy on LPG  for BPL (below poverty line and other) families.

The scheme would be known as DTCK (direct transfer of cash subsidy on PDS kerosene).

This would be on the lines of DBTL( direct benefit transfer of subsidy on LPG Liquified Petroleum Gas which is also known as cooking gas.

The mode of implementation would be covered under two phases , In the first phase seven districts of three states would be covered under the subsidy.

Scheme Launched In ----

In Maharashtra  , the scheme would be lunched in Nandurbar , Wardha and Amrawati districts.
In Rajasthan , Alwar , Ajmer and Udaipur would be covered.
North Goa.

About direct transfer of cash subsidy :--

The price of the commodity remain same as that of the market price , government  itself decide the subsidized price and pay the difference between market price and subsidized price directly to the family of the BPL--below poverty line in their  account.

Instead of paying subsidy to the manufacturer , government directly pay cash to the poor people.
  1. Starting 1st January 2015, cooking gas (LPG) consumers in 18 districts will get Rs 435 in their bank accounts when they book an LPG cylinder as the government rolls out its ambitious direct benefit transfer programme to cut its fuel subsidy.
  2. The scheme was to be rolled out in 20 districts initially but the launch in Mysore in Karnataka and Mandi in Himachal Pradesh has been put off by a month due to assembly and Parliamentary by polls.
  3. After the launch of the scheme, consumers in 18 districts like North Goa and Pondicherry will get Rs 435 in their bank accounts every time they book for an LPG refill.
  4. These consumers then will have to buy cooking gas at market price which is double the Rs 410.50 rate for a 14.2-kg bottle in Delhi.

The government intends to extend the scheme to rest of the country before end of the year but wants to see results in the 20 districts first.

The 20 districts selected have high Aadhaar or unique identification number penetration.
The government anticipates a saving of Rs 8,000 to 10,000 crore in LPG subsidy annually after the scheme is rolled out all over the country.
After three months, that is from 1st September, only consumers having Aadhaar and banks accounts linked to them will get cash subsidy and the rest will have to buy LPG at market price
Direct Benefit Transfer of LPG

Direct Benefit Transfer of LPG DBTL Scheme 2015

Direct Benefit Transfer of LPG DBTL Scheme

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