From the first date of next month i.e. December 1, 2020, many rules related to the life of the common man will be changed. These include many rules related to RTGS railway and gas cylinders. Significantly, the change in rules will directly affect the life of the common man. Let us know which rules are going to change.

RTGS (RTGS) changes

According to the information, from December 1, 2020, there is going to be a big change in this rule related to the transaction of bank money. RBI or Reserve Bank of India had announced to provide 24x7x365 to RTGS or real-time gross settlement. This rule will be implemented from December 1, 2020. After this, now money can be transferred 24 hours a year through RTGS. Currently, RTGS is available from 7 am to 6 pm on all working days of the week except the second and fourth Saturday of the month.

2- Will be able to change the premium

Now, after 5 years, the insured will be able to reduce the premium amount by 50 percent. This means that the insurance holder will be able to continue the policy with half the installment.

3- Many new trains will be run

Indian Railways is running many new trains from 1 December 2020. During the Corona period, new special trains have been run by the Relevs several times. In this episode, some new trains are being operated from December 1. These new trains include both Jhelum Express and Punjab Mail. Please tell that both trains will be run under the normal category only. 01077/78 Pune-Jammu Tawi Pune Jhelum Special and 02137/38 Mumbai Ferozepur Punjab Mail Special trains will be run every day.

4 – There will be a change in the price of LPG

On the first of every month, the prices of LPG gas cylinders are reviewed and prices are reduced or increased or kept constant. On December 1, 2020, the price of cooking gas will be changed across the country.

Mean-while, Senior Congress leader Ahmad Patel died from Covid-related complications this morning.  India reported 44,376 fresh Covid-19 cases in the last 24 hours, taking its tally to 9,222,216. The country’s death toll mounted to 134,743. The seventh-most-affected country by active cases, third by a fatality, and second by total cases, India has added 309,309 cases in the past 7 days. At 1,789,800, Maharashtra has the highest number of coronavirus cases, followed by Karnataka 876,425, Andhra Pradesh 863,843, Tamil Nadu 773,176, and Kerala 571,872. Delhi recorded 6,224 fresh Covid-19 cases in the past 24 hours and a positivity rate of 10.14 percent, while 109 more fatalities pushed the city’s death toll to 8,621. Schools in the national capital were unlikely to reopen until a vaccine was available, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said yesterday.

World coronavirus update: The global tally of coronavirus cases stands at 60,077,383. While 41,510,093 have recovered, 1,413,713 have died so far. The US, the worst-hit country, has 12,949,200 cases, and 265,853 have died from the disease there. It is followed by India, which has 9,222,216 cases, Brazil (6,121,449), France (2,153,815), Russia (2,138,828).