New Rules In June 2023: These big changes are going to happen from June 1, check details immediately

Only a few days are left for the month of May to end. After this, the month of June will start. There are many changes in the country on the first of every month. Many changes are going to happen on the first date in June also (Rules Change From June 1, 2023).

These changes are going to directly affect the pocket of the common man. In such a situation, it is important for you to be aware of these changes in advance. So that you do not have to face any kind of problems. Let us see what changes are going to happen from June 1 (Rules Change From June 1, 2023).

CNG-PNG prices

CNG and PNG prices change on the first date or first week of every month. Petroleum companies change the price of gas in the first week of the month in Delhi and Mumbai. There may be a change in the prices of CNG and PNG in the beginning of June. Let us tell you that in the month of April, the prices of CNG and PNG in Delhi NCR (CNG PNG Price in Delhi) had decreased. CNG-PNG prices likely to change in June.

GAS cylinder price

The rate of gas cylinder also changes at the beginning of every month. The prices of LPG commercial gas cylinders were reduced in April. Companies had reduced the price of LPG cylinders by up to Rs 92. In May too, the price of LPG cylinder was drastically cut. This reduction was made in the price of 19 kg commercial cylinder on May 1. After this deduction, the price of 19 kg cylinder in the capital Delhi has come down to Rs 1,856.50. There has been a reduction of Rs 171.50 in this.

Earlier its price in Delhi was Rs 2,028. The price of commercial gas cylinders has been reduced for the second consecutive month. This cylinder is used in shops. However, there has been no change in the price of 19 kg cylinder used in homes. It was last increased by Rs 50 on March 1.

Electric two wheelers are getting expensive

Electric two-wheelers in India are going to get costlier from June 1, 2023. According to a gazette notification issued on May 21, the Ministry of Heavy Industries has revised the FAME-II subsidy amount to Rs 10,000 per kWh, as against Rs 15,000 per kWh earlier. Due to this, most electric vehicles can be costlier by around Rs 25,000 to Rs 35,000.