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These 7 things will change from 1 September 2020, will directly affect the common man

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New Delhi. Many major changes are going to take place in the life of the common man from 1 September (1 September 2020). After which many things will change. The things that are going to change mainly include LPG, Home Loan, EMI, Airlines and many more things. They can also affect your pocket. Let us tell you the complete information about all these changes ..

LPG cylinder price changes
During the Corona period in the country, due to the epidemic, the inflation rate is increasing, on the other hand LPG can be cheap very soon. LPG, CNG and PNG prices may fall drastically. On September 1, the price of LPG Cylinder may change. It is believed that there may be a change in the price of LPG cylinder. On the first date of every month, the price of the cylinder changes. In such a situation, it is believed that on September 1, petroleum companies can revise the price of LPG cylinder. It is expected that LPG cylinder prices will come down in September.

Flight travel will be expensive
From September 1, airlines can be expensive. The Civil Aviation Ministry has decided to levy High Aviation Security Fee (ASF) from domestic and international passengers from 1 September. Domestic passengers will now be charged Rs 160 instead of 150 as an ASF fee, while international travelers will be charged $ 5.2 instead of $ 4.85.

The burden of EMI will increase,
the customers who pay the Moratorium EMI get hit on the pockets because the loan customers’ EMI which was banned in March this year due to the Kovid-19 crisis is coming to an end on 31 August. A decision will be taken by the State Bank of India (SBI) and Punjab National Bank (PNB) next week. The situation is not clear in the banking sector to pursue it. The pattern of how to continue retail loans (loans taken under term loan schemes like home, auto, personal loans) is not clear.

Delhi Metro may start
People looking for the Metro to start in Delhi can soon get the good news. The fourth phase of lockdown waiver unlock 4 is going to start in the country from 1 September. According to officials, during this period, Delhi Metro can be allowed to operate from September 1.

Indigo Airlines flights will begin
Budget Airlines IndiGo has announced to start its flights Step Boy Step. The flights to Prayagraj, Kolkata and Surat will also start from 1 September. The company will run a 180-seater air bus-320 on the Bhopal-Lucknow route. This flight will operate three days a week on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The first flight will reach Bhopal on Wednesday, 26 August. The company had announced to start flights from Bhopal to Prayagraj, Agra, Kolkata, Surat, Ahmedabad and Agra in the summer schedule but flights could not start due to some reasons including Corona time. Now the company has released the schedule of flights to Prayagraj, Kolkata and Surat, and booking has started on September 1 and later.

Schools can open 
The Central Government is preparing the Unlock 4 Guidelines for Schools from 1 September to 14 November with many restrictions in Unlock-4. The plan has been discussed with the group of secretaries and Health Minister Harsh Vardhan. It is being told that this information will be given during the last unlock guidelines 4.0.

Ola-Uber drivers can strike
The drivers of Ola and Uber, which provide app-based car services, have threatened a strike in Delhi-NCR from 1 September. Cab drivers have threatened to go on strike due to their many demands such as increase in fares and expansion of loan repair moratorium. Kamaljit Singh Gill, president of Delhi’s Sarvodaya Drivers Association, said that if the government fails to solve our problems then about 2 lakh drivers working with cab aggregators will join the strike.

18% interest on delay in paying GST liability
The government has said that in the event of delay in payment of Goods and Services Tax (GST), it will charge interest on the total tax liability from September 1. Earlier this year, the industry had raised concerns over the directive of recovery of outstanding interest of about Rs 46,000 crore on delay in GST payment. Interest was charged on total liability. In the 39th meeting of the GST Council consisting of Union and State Finance Ministers, it was decided that from 1 July 2017, interest will be charged on the total tax liability for delay in GST payment and the law will be revised for this. However, the Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs (CBIC) notified on 25 August that interest would be charged on the total tax liability from 1 September 2020. This means that,

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