Important Changes from 1st October: Only 2 weeks are left for the next month i.e. October to start. Do you know that from October many new changes are going to happen in the country. These changes will have an impact on all the people of the country.
New Delhi. Some new rules or changes come into force in the country from the first of every month. This is going to happen in October as well. From 1st October, many everyday things are going to change from 1st October. These changes are related to the life of the special to the common man. These include many changes including banking, LPG. Let us know what are these changes and how will it affect your pocket.
Old chequebook will not run from October 1
From October 1, chequebooks and MICR codes of three banks will become invalid. These banks are Oriental Bank of Commerce (OBC), United Bank of India and Allahabad Bank. Let us tell you that these banks are those which have recently merged with other banks. Due to the merger of banks, due to changes in the account numbers, IFSC and MICR code of the account holders, from October 1, 2021, the banking system will reject the old check. All the check books of these banks will become invalid.
PAN card will be useless
From October 1, Aadhaar and Permanent Account Number ie PAN Card will become useless. Actually, the deadline for linking PAN number with Aadhaar number is till September 30, 2021. If during this time no one has linked their PAN with Aadhaar, then their PAN card will be deactivated from 1 October 2021. Let us tell you that if your PAN card is closed once, then you will have to pay a heavy fine to get it activated again.
There will be a change in the prices of LPG cylinders
There will be a change in the prices of LPG cylinders from October 1. Let us tell you that on the first of every month, new prices of domestic LPG and commercial cylinders are fixed.
Private liquor shops will be closed in Delhi
Private liquor shops will be closed in the country’s capital Delhi from October 1. Between October 1 and November 16, ie for 47 days, liquor will be sold only at government shops. Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia has told that under the new excise policy, the process of allotment of licenses has been completed by dividing Delhi into 32 zones. Now shops will open in Delhi from November 17 under the new excise policy. During this, liquor will be sold only in government shops.