The incident took place around 9.30 pm on Saturday in the flat located on the seventh floor of a building in Badlapur township.
States, which have the highest share of tax revenues at present, will be the biggest losers if the system shifts to GST, it said, quickly adding that such a move will help consumers pay up to Rs 30 less.
From Monday, March 1, a cylinder of LPG used at homes will cost Rs 25 more.
The price has been raised reportedly in tandem with the rising crude oil prices and the import cost.
Details of the subsidy given by the government and handed over to the consumers would be collected separately.
The consumers are to show the OTP number or Digital to Analogue (DAC) number to gas company representatives who reach their houses with the gas cylinder.
These changes range from norms for payment of income tax, driving licence, health insurance, credit cards and food products, which affect all the consumers.
The rate of gas cylinders for domestic use has risen by Rs 11.50 and is currently, Rs 597 in Kerala. Commercial cylinders are valued at Rs 1135 with an increase of Rs 110.
This is the third straight monthly reduction in rates of non-subsidised LPG, which users who have given up subsidy buy.
Indian state retailers sold 50 per cent less refined fuel in the first two weeks of April than the same time a year ago as a nationwide lockdown to stem the spread of the new coronavirus hit transportation and industrial activity.