Ration Card Online Updat
Ration Card Online Update: Citizen friends, are you a ration card holder? If you are a ration card holder then there is a big news for you. Citizen friends, do you know that the Government of Maharashtra and the Central Government are continuously implementing new schemes for the ration card holders. Now the Central Government of Maharashtra has made a big announcement for the ration card holders. Now double ration will be given to all ration card holders. So let’s know the complete information about this scheme, which citizens will get double ration.
How many times will you get free ration in a month?
Ration Card Online Update Although free ration is being given once a month by the UP government. That is, the poor are being given free ration twice a month, but from this month the ration has not been distributed under the Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Yojana being run by the central government. This distribution was done on the 20th of every month.
Ration card holders will get double ration
Ration Card Online Update The Central Government had implemented Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Yojana for the citizens through this scheme, 5 kg ration was given free of cost to the citizens of the country. The scheme has been extensively modified by the government. Now the government has reduced this ration to 7 kg ration instead of 5 kg ration, the central government will bear all the expenses.
Documents Required to Check April Ration Card List 2023
Every citizen who wants to check his name in the April Ration Card List issued by the Food and Public Distribution System run by the Government of India must have the following documents: Ration Card Online
- Aadhar card of family members
- Composite ID
- i certificate
- residence certificate
- mobile number
- Passport size photograph of the head of the family
- signature etc
Till when will double ration be available in UP?
Ration Card Online Update Under the National Food Security Act, rice is given at the rate of Rs.3 per kg, wheat at Rs.2 per kg and coarse grains at the rate of Re.1 per kg. The government has decided that it will be completely free till December 2023.