During a meeting with bank officials and gas distribution agencies on Wednesday, Ms Prasad discussed the modalities of linking delivery of LPG cylinders to Aadhar-based services.
She directed officials to complete the entire process by March 15 as the district has been selected for the Aadhar 'pilot project'.
Three, out of 9.37 lakh LPG connections were brought under Aadhar-based system in the district, she said.
An advertisement campaign will be launched to create awareness about the scheme, she mentioned.
At the time of receiving LPG cylinders at home, customers will have to hand over photocopies of the bank account number, Aadhar card, LPG consumer number and their phone number to the delivery boy, she added.