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Rule changes: From LPG cylinder to FASTag KYC… 'These' 5 major changes implemented in the country from today | leader

Leaders Online: Many changes take place in the country on the first day of every month. Some rules have also changed from 1st March 2024. Which has everything from your kitchen budget to driving on the road. That is, these changes will have a direct impact on the general public. Under this, the last date of FASTag KYC has expired even as the price of LPG cylinders has increased since the first date. Let's see what other changes have taken place in the country from today, which may affect your financial health.

  • LPG commercial cylinder price increased

On the first day of every month, oil marketing companies change the price of LPG gas cylinders and from March 1, the companies have once again increased the price of 19 kg commercial gas cylinders. That is, on the very first day of March, inflation has been hit hard. The price of 19 kg commercial gas cylinder has been increased for the second consecutive month. This has increased by Rs. 25 from today. The retail price of a 19 kg commercial LPG cylinder in Delhi is Rs. 1795 per cylinder.

  • FASTag KYC Deadline Expired

Another change in the country from March 1 is for road users. Actually, the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) had fixed February 29 as the last date for updating FASTag KYC and this deadline has expired. No suggestion has been received to extend this last date. That is, whether NHAI extends the deadline for FASTag KYC update or if the KYC process is not completed, it can be deactivated and blacklisted by the National Highways Authorities of India, but it is still in suspense.

  • New Rules of GST

The central government said that there will be major changes in the GST rules from 1st March 2024. Under this, now traders with a turnover of more than Rs 5 crore cannot be issued e-way bill without e-invoice. Simply put, businesses with an annual turnover of Rs. 5 crores will not be able to issue e-way bill without including e-invoice details for all B2B transactions. Under the GST system, an e-way bill is required for sending goods worth more than Rs 50,000 from one state to another.

  • Rules related to SBI Credit Card

The month of March has started and this month is going to see another big change for SBI credit card users. State Bank of India (SBI), the country's largest state-owned bank, has decided to change its credit card rules. These new rules will come into effect from March 15 this month. Under this, SBI will change its minimum day bill calculation norms. However, its detailed information will be provided by SBI to the users through mail.

  • The bank will not operate for 14 days

The month of February is over and the festival-filled March (March 2024) has begun. The big news for the bank goers this month is that banks will remain closed for 14 days in the entire month of March. That means the bank will have a holiday. In such a situation, if you have any important work related to the bank in the next month, then go out of the house by looking at the list of bank holidays in March issued by RBI. Actually, banks will be closed on all occasions this month from Mahashivratri to Holi and Good Friday.

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