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e-initiative to improve LPG customer service: OilMin

Published On : 09 Jan 2016


New Delhi, Jan 9 (PTI) The Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas has launched an online initiative to seek suggestions from LPG consumers across the country, which will help in providing efficient and friendly service.

Two online discussion forums - Citizen-Friendly Services and Increasing LPG Coverage in the Country - have been launched and are available on myGov.in and mylpg.in, an official press statement said.

The initiative is part of steps being taken to observe 2016 as the 'Year of LPG Consumers'.

"LPG consumers/ citizens are requested to participate and share their thoughts on the respective forums online. Valuable suggestions/ comments are welcome and will be considered for improving the customer oriented services related to LPG coverage and delivery," it said.







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