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These 7 rules related to life will change in the whole country from November 1, get ready

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new Delhi. The economy of our country has declined significantly due to coronavirus. Due to which inflation has gone through some kind of problems. Now the government is going to make such changes from November 1, which will affect the entire country. Changes are being made from the cooking gas cylinders to the time table of trains, which become the most essential requirement of the house. We are telling you such ways about it. So that you can prepare yourself for these changes.

1. LPG Delivery System Will Change

Under the changes being made on delivery of LPG cylinders from November 1, an OTP will be sent to the registered mobile number of the consumer before delivery of gas. As soon as the cylinder arrives at your home, you will have an OTP number which you will have to share with the delivery boy. Only when the OTP system matches will you get the cylinder.
If the information like your address, name is not updated, then get all the things updated immediately, otherwise cylinder delivery may face many problems. Explain that this rule will not be applicable to commercial LPG cylinders.

2. Indane gas booking number will change

Changes have also been made in the November booking. Till now there were different mobile numbers for different circles of the country for booking LPG. Now the country’s largest petroleum company has issued a single number for all circles, now customers from all over the country will have to call or SMS 7718955555 to book LPG cylinders.

3. Withdraw money, deposit will be charged

Now there is bad news for the account holders associated with Bank of Baroda (BoB). Those who are associated with betting will have to pay a charge on both depositing and withdrawing more than a fixed limit on 1 November. Bank of Baroda has fixed different charges for withdrawal of deposits from current account, cash credit limit and overdraft account and withdrawal of deposits from savings account. It will be free to deposit thrice in a savings account, but after this, if deposited for the fourth time, you will have to pay 40 rupees. Senior citizens have also not been given any relief from the charge.

The remaining banks like Bank of India, PNB, Axis and Central Bank will also soon decide on levying such charges.

4. Low interest on SBI Savings Accounts

SBI has also made some changes since 1 November. Now SBI savings accounts will get less interest. Now from November 1, the rate of interest on savings bank account which is deposited up to 1 lakh rupees will be reduced by 0.25% to 3.25%.

5. No charge on digital payment

From November 1, it will be mandatory for traders with turnover above fifty crore rupees to take digital payments. This RBI rule will also come into effect from November 1.

6. Bank’s time table changed in Maharashtra

From November 1, the time of all banks in Maharashtra has been changed to the same means that now from November 1, all the banks in the state will open at the same time and close at the same time. In Maharashtra, all banks will be open from 9 am to 4 pm. This rule will be applicable to all public sector banks.

7. Railways will change trains’ time table

This news is very important for those traveling by train. Since November 1, Indian Railways is changing the time table of trains across the country. A new time table of trains will be released from 1 November. With this step, the timings of 13 thousand passengers and 7 thousand freight trains will be changed. The time tables of the country’s 30 Rajdhani trains will also be changed from November 1.

8. Tejas Express will run between Chandigarh to New Delhi

The Tejas Express will run from Chandigarh to New Delhi, except Wednesday from 1 November. Now you will reach Chandigarh in just 3 hours. Train number 22425 New Delhi-Chandigarh Tejas Express will run from New Delhi Railway Station at 9.40 am every Tuesday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday Sunday and reach Chandigarh Railway Station at 12.40 pm.

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