money: The outbreak of the corona epidemic continues in the country. In view of this, the government has decided to apply the vaccine to all people above 18 years of age from 1 May. Apart from this, the government will resume the Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Anna Yojana from May 1 to help the poor in the second wave of Corona. If you get some new facilities from May 1, then there will be some changes in the rules related to banking. We are telling you about these.
Vaccination will start for people older than 18 years
From May 1, everyone over the age of 18 will be able to get the vaccine. Registration through CO-WIN will be required for vaccination as before. Registration has started for this. For vaccination, people can register on the Kovin portal and Arogya Setu App. Must have been registered on the Arogya Setu app or on the Kovin portal.
80 crore people will get 5 kg foodgrains free in the next two months(money)
To help the poor in the second wave of Corona, the government has re-implemented the Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Anna Yojana. Under this, the central government will give 5 kg of food grains free to every poor in the months of May and June. Under this scheme, about 80 crore people in the country will be able to get free food grains.
The central government imposed a nationwide lockdown during the Corona transition last year. During that time, under the Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Anna Yojana for the poor, every poor was given 5 kg of wheat or rice every month and one kg of gram free for every family. The scheme was launched for three months in March. It was later extended to 30 November 2020. The grain received under this scheme was given in addition to the existing quota.
LPG cylinder prices may change(money)
On the first of every month, the central government announces the price of the LPG cylinder. On April 1, 2021, the price of LPG LPG was cut by 10 rupees. Earlier, the price of the gas cylinder was increased by Rs 225 in 5 times from December to March. The non-subsidized gas cylinder is currently being sold in Delhi for Rs 809.
Withdrawing money from Axis Bank will be costly.
If you are an Axis Bank customer then there is bad news for you. The bank has increased the cash withdrawal and SMS charge on the savings bank account. Axis Bank allows its savings account holders to withdraw 4 transactions or 2 lakh rupees free in a month. After this, a cash withdrawal charges Rs 5 or a maximum of Rs 150 per thousand. Now the bank has increased the charge of Rs 5 charged after the free transaction to Rs 10. However, the maximum charge of Rs 150 has been retained.
What is the minimum balance to be kept?
The bank has also increased the average minimum balance in the accounts. From May 1, customers will have to keep an average minimum monthly balance of Rs 15,000 in their account. Till now the limit was 10,000 rupees. Similarly, the minimum balance limit in Prime and Liberty Savings Account has been increased from Rs 15,000 to Rs 25,000.
What is the charge for not having a minimum balance?
Axis Bank charges Rs 10 per 100 rupees for not having an average minimum monthly balance. At present, the bank charges Rs 150 to Rs 600 for not having a minimum monthly balance. From May 1, the minimum charge on it will be reduced to 50 rupees, but the maximum charge will increase to 800 rupees. That is, the bank will charge from 50 rupees to 800 rupees for not keeping the minimum balance. There is an additional tax on this.
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