Rule Change From Today: From the price of gas cylinder to banking, these important changes are going to happen from today

Rule Change From 1st June: There is going to be a change in the prices of electric vehicles from 1st June. Some rules of banking are changing today. Apart from this, many rules related to LPG cylinders and cup syrup are going to change today.

Jun 1, 2023 - 09:50
Rule Change From Today: From the price of gas cylinder to banking, these important changes are going to happen from today

There are many changes in the country on the first of every month. Some important government rules are going to be implemented from today. These changes are going to have a direct impact on your pocket. Electric vehicle prices are going to change from today, as well as new LPG prices have come into effect.
On the first of every month, the prices of new gas cylinders are fixed by the petroleum and oil marketing companies. This time also it was expected to change. This morning the petroleum companies updated the latest rates of LPG. The commercial cylinder has become cheaper by Rs 83.5 in Delhi. This means now the price of the commercial cylinder is Rs 1773. On 1 May 2023, the price of a domestic cylinder was Rs 103.
This time there has been no change in the prices of domestic cylinders.
Two-wheelers will become costlier from today. Recently, a notice was issued by the government, in which it was told that the subsidy on two-wheeler electric vehicles has been reduced from Rs 15 thousand per kilowatt to Rs 10 thousand per kilowatt. Buying an electric two-wheeler can cost up to Rs 25,000.
The '100 Days 100 Payments campaign of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is starting today June 1. This campaign will be run for 100 days. Under this campaign, after finding out the rightful owner of the unclaimed amount in all the banks of the country, the Benami amount will be handed over to him.
From June 1, any cough syrup will be allowed to be exported by the government only after testing it. For this, a notice has also been issued by the Directorate General of Foreign Trade (DGFT). DGFT has said in an official notice that the exporters of cough syrup will have to show the certificate issued by the government laboratory to the authorities before exporting.
According to the bank holiday list of RBI, banks will remain closed for 12 days in the month of June. Even 2000 rupee notes will not be able to be exchanged on these days. On May 19, 2023, it was announced to take out 2000 rupee notes from circulation, the process of changing the notes started on May 23, and will continue till September 30.

Muskan Kumawat Journalist & Writer