Eligible Fuel Subsidy Recipients Can Check Status Online

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  • Recipients of Bantuan Sara Hidup (BSH) who are eligible for fuel subsidies can check their status online.

  • Recipients may also update their status in the website.

  • Non-BSH recipients but who are eligible for the subsidy are not listed in the website.

  • Owners of motorcycles 150cc and below are eligible, subject to certain conditions.

Recipients of Bantuan Sara Hidup (BSH) who are eligible for fuel subsidies can check their status online.

The Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry has set up a website for such purpose. You may follow this link to do so at psp.kpdnhep.gov.my.

Minister Datuk Seri Saifuddin Nasution Ismail said the recipients’ data were based on the information provided during application for the BSH aid scheme. “We also cross-checked vehicle ownership information with the Road Transport Department’s database and the ministry has identified 2.9 million individuals from the B40 group who are eligible for the fuel subsidy,” he said.

However, he admitted that the data needs further improvement and urged those in the B40 group to check their status. Those who could not find or wish to update their information may do so by filling out the appeal section in the website.

He also added that those in the B40 group who have just bought a vehicle that is eligible for the subsidy to apply with the Road Transport Department (JPJ).

The website does not list people who not BSH recipients but are eligible for fuel subsidy. The process to submit their application will be announced later.

Under the fuel subsidy scheme, eligible motorcycles must be 150cc and below. Those above 150cc must be at least seven years old.

As for cars, they must be 1600cc and below, or more than 10 years old for cars above 1600cc.

The subsidy will be deposited in the recipients’ bank accounts every four months. Motorcycle owners will receive RM 12 per month, while car owners will receive RM 30 per month.

Non-BSH recipients who are eligible will also receive a Kad95. The card allows for a discount of 30 sens per litre of RON 95 petrol; up to 40 litres per month for motorcycles and 100 litres for cars.

The public may also contact the ministry via 1-800-886-800, or email psp@kpdnhep.gov.my or WhatsApp 019-2786356.

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