Jamshedpur: The Centre's cap on subsidized LPG cylinders has trigerred an increase in the sale of induction cookers of branded companies in places where electric supply is uninterrupted.
Vice-President of Singhbhum Chamber of Commerce and Industry Suresh Sonthalia told a press conference the sale of branded induction cookers like those of Havel’s, Bajaj and Prestige had increased by about 35 to 40 per cent in Jamshedpur.
Sonthalia told that sale of induction cookers in Jamshedpur, particularly in Tata Steel command area has increased by 35 per cent to 40 per cent due to uninterrupted power supply in the area and also as it was considered cost effective compared to the LPG cylinder.
The cost of the stove, which cost about Rs 3000 for a 2000 watt stove, would be made up within a year, he said.


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