These 3 big changes are going to happen from June 1, will directly affect your pocket, full details


There are many changes on the first of every month.
Many changes are going to happen in the beginning of June.
Buying an electric two wheeler will be expensive in the month of June.

Rule Change from 1st June: The month of May is about to end. June will start after 2 days. It is seen that with the beginning of every new month some new changes also take place. In such a situation, some such changes are going to happen in June as well which will have a direct impact on our pocket and monthly budget.

LPG, CNG and PNG prices may change
The prices of LPG, CNG and PNG are fixed by the government at the beginning of every month. The prices of commercial gas cylinders of 19 kg were continuously cut in the months of April and May by the government gas companies. However, no change was seen in the price of 14 kg domestic gas cylinder. In such a situation, it will also have to be seen whether there is a change in the price of the cylinder in June or not.

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Buying electric two wheeler will be expensive
From June 1, buying electric two wheelers will become expensive in the country. According to the notification issued on May 21, the Ministry of Heavy Industries has reduced the subsidy on electric two wheelers. Earlier this subsidy was 15 thousand rupees per kWh, which has been reduced to 10 thousand rupees per kWh. Because of this, buying an electric two wheeler in June is expected to cost up to Rs 25-30 thousand.

Banks will search and return people’s money from June 1
RBI has announced a campaign to find the heirs of unclaimed deposits lying in banks. The central bank has announced a ‘100 Days 100 Pays’ campaign for banks to trace and settle the top 100 unclaimed deposits in each district of the country within 100 days. This campaign will start from June 1.

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