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these rules will change emi lpg gas metro fastag ola uber services from 1 september. These rules will change from 1 September 2020, know where you will be

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these rules will change emi lpg gas metro fastag ola uber services from 1 september

new Delhi. Many rules and things are going to change from September 1 (Tuesday) which will have a direct impact on your life and pocket. Gas cylinder prices, home loan, EMI, flight travel, Delhi metro, Aadhaar card, Fastag, airline fares will change in many things. You also know which rules will change from September 1, which will directly affect your pocket.

Aadhaar improvement will be costly

According to UIDAI, now a fee of Rs 100 will have to be paid for one or more updates to the Aadhaar card, including biometrics update. Currently Aadhaar charges 50 for demographic detail updates.

EMI burden will increase on pocket

The loan moratorium period announced by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) due to Corona virus epidemic and lockdown will end on 31 August, showing a setback on the pocket of EMI paying customers. Now the burden of EMI on your pocket is going to increase again, although banks like SBI and PNB will take a decision in this matter only next week. Let me tell you that the EMI of loan customers, which was banned in March this year due to the Kovid-19 crisis, ends on 31 August. The situation is not clear in the banking sector to take it forward. The pattern of how to continue with retail loans (loans taken under term loan schemes like home, auto, personal loans) is not clear.

LPG gas cylinders are expected to be cheap

There will be a change in the price of LPG from 1 September. The prices of LPG cylinders change on the first of every month. It is believed that companies can reduce the prices of LPG, CNG and PNG.

Air travel costs will increase

Flight tickets can be expensive from 1 September. The Ministry of Civil Aviation has decided to levy High Aviation Security Charge (ASF) from domestic and international passengers from 1 September. According to the DGCA, after the ASF charge, domestic air passengers will now be charged Rs 160 instead of 150, while international air passengers will be charged an additional $ 5.20 instead of $ 4.85. That is, you have to pay 40 rupees more for international air travel.

Indigo will start flights from these cities

Apart from this, the budget airlines IndiGo have announced to start their flights Step Boy Step. The company can start flights to Prayagraj, Kolkata and Surat from 1 September. The company had announced to start flights from Bhopal to Prayagraj, Agra, Surat, Ahmedabad and Agra in the summer schedule but flights could not start due to some reasons including Corona era. The company will run a 180-seater air bus-320 on the Bhopal-Lucknow route. This flight will operate three days a week on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Ride the metro from September 7

Delhi is a good news for people living in NCR. Delhi Metro service is starting from the month of 7 September. Under Unlock 4, the Delhi government is going to start the metro service. According to the Unlock 4.0 guidelines, tokens will not be given for Metro travel at the moment, passengers will only have to use the metro card.

Discount will be available only on fastag

The Union Road Transport Ministry has now made a rule that on returning from any place within 24 hours, the toll tax exemption will be given only to those trains which have Fastag. This means that if you are going from your car to some place and return from there within 24 hours, then you will get exemption in toll tax only if your car is fastened. Till now this facility was for everyone, but now those paying cash of toll tax will not get this exemption.

Ola-Uber drivers can strike

In the midst of the Corona crisis, the general public may suffer another setback. The drivers of Ola and Uber have decided to go on strike from 1 September in Delhi-NCR. Around 2 lakh drivers working with cab aggregators will join the strike.

LIC is giving a chance to restart the discontinued policy

Life Insurance Corporation (LIC) is offering its policyholders a chance to resume the discontinued policy. For this, a special revival campaign has been started by LIC, which will run till 9 October. Under this campaign LIC's discontinued individual policy can be reintroduced.

This post was published on September 1, 2020 2:28 am

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