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IOCL to provide LPG connections in Arunachal Pradesh under PMUY

The Indian Oil Corporation Limited will be providing LPG connections to about 299 villages in Arunachal Pradesh under Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana. So far about eight thousand nine hundred ninety-five

The Indian Oil Corporation Limited will be providing LPG connections to about 299 villages in Arunachal Pradesh under Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana.

So far about eight thousand nine hundred ninety-five connections have been provided to individual households in the state from the target of Ten Thousand.

IOCL Chief General Manager Uttiya Bhattacharya and other officials called on state Chief Minister Pema Khandu and assured him that there will not be any scarcity of LPG in the state.

The IOCL Chief General Manager also informed that more that 6000 villages are covered under the PMUY program in the northeast.

First Published: 6th June, 2018 20:43 IST

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