Which state has become the first Indian state to implement Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) in Kerosene?

Which state has become the first Indian state to implement Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) in Kerosene?
[A]Assam
[B]Andhra Pradesh
[C]Haryana
[D]Jharkhand

Jharkhand
Jharkhand has become the first Indian state to implement Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) in Kerosene. The scheme is being implemented in 4 identified districts of the State from October 1, 2016. These districts are Chatra, Hazaribagh, Khunti and Jamtara. Under the DBT Scheme, PDS kerosene is being sold at non-subsidised price and the subsidy is being transferred to consumers directly into their bank accounts. The purpose of the initiative is to rationalize subsidy and plugging the leakages.

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