With the advent of the safe and effective cooking fuel, IndianOil has been accredited with carrying comfort and laud in millions of households since its launch. By eliminating smoky and unsafe chulha, it has led to significant progress in the kitchen of households, especially in rural areas. Indian Oil Corporation had introduced Chhotu, 5 kg FTL (Free trade LPG) cylinders last year to meet the changing demands of LPG consumers and increase consumer comfort, making it the first PSU oil firm in the country to follow the international trend of making LPG cylinders accessible from supermarkets, IndianOil Retail Outlets, Kirana stores, and other point of sales for the comfort of its customers. Chhotu is targeted at migrant populations in urban and semi-urban areas who do not have local address proof, individuals who use less LPG, and commercial properties with limited rooms. Customers can get a gas connection with help of identity proof only and no address proof is required. Refills are available at any Point of Sale or Distributorship location around the country. The FTL cylinder can be used in any city at the customer's discretion. Customers who purchase cylinders from the POS will have the option to buy them back for a fixed price of Rs 500 per cylinder, regardless of how long they have been used. Here are some facts that you need to know about the 5kg Chottu Cylinder.
- IndianOil sells Chhotu, a 5kg FTL (Free trade LPG) cylinder to meet the needs of its consumers.
- There is no need to have proof of address. Customers can obtain a 5kg FTL cylinder by submitting any government-approved identity proof.
- The buying of a 5 kg FTL cylinder does not require a security deposit.
- Almost every district in the country has exposure to Chhotu. Chhotu is available from your local Indane dealer or designated Point of Sale, such as IndianOil Retail Outlets, Kirana shops, and local supermarkets.
- Customers can have Chhotu delivered to their doorstep via Point of Sale with an additional delivery fee of Rs. 25 per refill as of December 1, 2020.