Gas subsidy ending

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  • Re: Gas subsidy ending

    by » 4 years ago


    I have yet to understand how the 'give up' scheme will help the cause though.


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  • Re: Gas subsidy ending

    by » 4 years ago


    If you mean How giving up Subsidies on Gas cylinders will serve the cause of allotting free connection to poor and deserving people , it can help the needy.. And that will be known only after some time as the scheme has just started.

     


  • Re: Gas subsidy ending

    by » 4 years ago


    suni51 wrote:

    I have yet to understand how the 'give up' scheme will help the cause though.

    Really this is not understandable. There need by no such thing as voluntarism in schemes. There should be clear cut eligibility criteria and people should be given or denied subsidy only on that criteria. 

     


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  • Re: Gas subsidy ending

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    Gulshan Kumar Ajmani wrote:
    suni51 wrote:

    I have yet to understand how the 'give up' scheme will help the cause though.

    Really this is not understandable. There need by no such thing as voluntarism in schemes. There should be clear cut eligibility criteria and people should be given or denied subsidy only on that criteria. 

    It's a new scheme. In the eligibility criteria was already clearly written. It has to be seen the implementation part to see its effective part of the scheme

     

     


  • Re: Gas subsidy ending

    by » 4 years ago


    I don't see any scheme that can provide a free gas connection to poor or needy against the given up subsidy by influential ones. After all as per the claims lacks of people have already 'given it up' but is there a single household that benefited from this scheme? Why not the government makes the scheme more clear for people to understand it or bring all Income Tax payers under the 'NO Subsidy' scheme? Or why is there a need for subsidy for anyone if he wishes to use a facility? Let the market take its course without offering such facilities by one hand and asking for 'give up' at the same time. 


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  • Re: Gas subsidy ending

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    suni51 wrote:

    I don't see any scheme that can provide a free gas connection to poor or needy against the given up subsidy by influential ones. After all as per the claims lacks of people have already 'given it up' but is there a single household that benefited from this scheme? Why not the government makes the scheme more clear for people to understand it or bring all Income Tax payers under the 'NO Subsidy' scheme? Or why is there a need for subsidy for anyone if he wishes to use a facility? Let the market take its course without offering such facilities by one hand and asking for 'give up' at the same time. 

    It's a populist scheme to win over the electorate. I remember some member pointed out rightly that all these populist schemes will disappear once a new government comes in. That's why I feel its good for for the people to get accustomed with non subsidized gas facilities. Say, if it is fore thought or any thing, I stopped using subsidized gas long ago.

     


  • Re: Gas subsidy ending

    by » 4 years ago


    Of course families benefit and have benefited when someone gives up their subsidy. The gas dealers can give more connections to people falling below a certain income level , through their ration cards.This is what the Indane dealer told me and they have already given connections to 123 people, directly depending on the number of people who give up. It is not free but those who give up subsidy are helping people who are poorer than them to have the benefit at a reduced rate.. 


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  • Re: Gas subsidy ending

    by » 4 years ago


    People who surrender subsidized gas connections will be doing a great service to those who are eligible and below poverty line. This is a good move and I appreciate this scheme provided the scheme is implemented effectively.

     


  • Re: Gas subsidy ending

    by » 4 years ago


    The way gap between subsidised and non-subsidised cylinder prices are constantly reducing and I hope some day the difference between both prices would be mere 10 to 20 rupees.


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  • Re: Gas subsidy ending

    by » 4 years ago


    If that's the case, people certainly will not utilize the subsidized gas connections. Then the really poor and deserving candidates will be benefited.

     


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