Singh said that this will help to regulate the domestic cylinders.
This unique code-based track and trace initiative will boost to resolve issues of pilferage and trace and trace and ensure better inventory management of the cylinders.
According to reports, as many as 20,000 LPG cylinders have been issued with the code.
Meanwhile, all 14.2 kg domestic cylinders will be embedded with the code over the course of next three months.
Taking to Twitter, the Petroleum Minister said, “Fueling Traceability! A remarkable innovation - this QR Code will be pasted on existing cylinders & welded on new ones - when activated it has the potential to resolve several existing issues of pilferage, tracking & tracing & better inventory management of gas cylinders.”