Facility: Immediate LPG service will start from February 1, Gas cylinder will be delivered in just 45 minutes after booking. 
Immediate Delivery of Gas Cylinder Gas cylinder will be delivered 45 minutes after booking. New service will be started from at least one district or city in each region. There are more than 280 million LPG customers in the region.  The new service will be launched from at least 1 district or city in each state. The customer will have to pay an extra charge of Rs 25 per delivery.  The long wait for delivery of liquefied petroleum gas i.e. LPG or cooking gas is coming to an end.  Indian Oil, which sells gas under the name Inden

The service will start from one district of each state. According to a senior IOCL official, the immediate LPG service will start on February 1.  The service will start from at least one district or the main city of each state / UT.  According to him, delivery of gas cylinders to the customer will be ensured within 45 minutes after booking under this service.  The facility is being launched to improve the central government's Ease of Living principle and save.  India has about 140 million customers. The country has about 280 million LPG customers.  Of that, India has about 140 crore customers.  According to an official familiar with the matter, the dealers' current delivery network will be used for the Tatkal scheme.  Customers will have to pay an additional fee of Rs 25 per delivery to avail this service.  According to a report, the scheme has been launched in Greater Hyderabad from January 16 in view of the Sankranti celebrations.  Bookings must be made between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m., according to an IOCL official.

In the year 20210, such a facility was started.  In July 2010, the then Oil Minister Murli Devda launched the Preferred Time LPG Delivery Scheme.  Gas cylinders were delivered to the customers from 7 am to 9 pm under this scheme.  An additional fee of Rs 20 to 50 per delivery was charged for this.  According to an LPG trader, consumers could not take advantage of this due to lack of information.  Therefore, the plan was shelved.  Delivery of gas cylinders has to wait for more than 30 days The Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG) released a report in December 2019 on delays in delivery of gas cylinders under the Prime Minister's Ujjawala Yojana (PMAU).  

According to the report, delivery of 5.94 lakh out of 3.662 million cylinders under the scheme was delayed by more than 30 days.  According to the report, 1209 LPG distributors delayed the delivery of more than 100 gas cylinders by more than 30 days.