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Jan 17, 2014
LPG cylinder cap will be increased to 12: Veerappa MoilyMoily had told reporters recently that a final decision in the matter will be taken by the Cabinet Committee on Political Affairs.
Jan 13, 2014
Poll dole? Moily hints at raising subsidised LPG cap to 12The government is considering increasing the quota of subsidised cooking gas (LPG) cylinders from nine to 12 per household in a year, Petroleum Minister M Veerappa Moily said on Sunday
Jan 18, 2013
DMK, BSP want centre to increase LPG cap from 9 to 12UPA's key ally DMK and outside supporter BSP today demanded that government reconsider its decision giving a free-hand to oil marketing companies to increase diesel prices, calling it "anti-people".
Jan 17, 2013
EC has no objection to govt's proposal to raise LPG capThe decision was taken at a full commission meeting held today under the chairmanship of Chief Election Commissioner V S Sampath, and communicated to the Union Cabinet, which met to take a call on the matter.
Dec 13, 2012
EC unsatisfied with Moily's explanation on LPG, asks him to be carefulThe Election Commission on Wednesday expressed its "strong disapproval" of Petroleum Minister M Veerappa Moily's remarks on raising the cap on LPG cylinder supply ahead of the Gujarat elections and asked him to be "circumspect in future."
Dec 12, 2012
EC to Moily: Explain your remark on raising LPG cap ahead of Guj pollThe poll panel said Moily's announcement came when the election process for the Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh assemblies is currently on and the model code of conduct is in operation.
Dec 12, 2012
EC asks Centre to stop increase in LPG cap before Guj pollsThe Commission held an emergency meeting soon after the Minister of Petroleum and Natural Gas M Veerappa Moily said the government will raise the cap on supply of subsidised cooking gas.
Nov 23, 2012
Govt considering demands for raising subsidised LPG capMoily said any requirement beyond the six subsidised cylinders are currently being priced at Rs 895.50 per 14.2-kg bottle in Delhi.