The poor class was worried since the news of the subsidy ended on LPG, but now Petroleum minister Dharmendra Pradhan has clarified that the subsidy on LPG cylinders and kerosene will continue for the poor.
Dharmendra Pradhan also said that there is no plan to end subsidy on the LPG for domestic use of the government and subsidy on LPG and kerosene will continue for the poor.
The Prime Minister said that for the liberation of LPG crisis in the North-East His ministry has talked to the Bangladesh government for laying pipelines of natural gas from Chittagong to Tripura.
It is worth mentioning that the pipeline is now being set up for the transport of diesel in Parvatipur Bangladesh, from Siliguri in West Bengal. There is already a pipeline for carrying diesel in Siliguri from Numalgarh Oil Refinery in Assam.
For this, the department has proposed gas pipeline from Chittagong to Tripura. The Prime Minister will go to Bangladesh to pursue this matter at a diplomatic level.