Ration card

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Ration card

  1. 1. Melvin
  2. 2.  It’s a document given to the public for purchase of essential commodities at subsidized rates
  3. 3.  Green cards and Yellow cards are issued to BPL families living in rural areas and urban slums. Antyodaya Anna Yojana cards are issued to poorest of the poor families living in rural areas and urban slums. The number of cards so issued is limited to 4.797 lakh families as prescribed by the Government of India. APL cards which are of two types, namely saffron cards and photo cards, are issued to families living above the poverty line (APL). Saffron cards are issued to APL families in rural areas and photo cards are issued to APL families in urban areas. Honorary cards are issued to families which do not desire rationed commodities but require ration cards for identification purposes only.
  4. 4.  Three passport-sized photographs of the applicant Latest telephone bill on the name of the applicant Recent Postal mail received by the applicant Valid driving license Valid Passport Voter Identity card Latest tax paid receipt, if living in own house Extract of the Electoral Roll
  5. 5.  Rice and wheat are supplied to BPL families at subsidized prices. Only BPL families are entitled to get sugar under the TPDS. APL families are not entitled to get sugar. Kerosene is issued to ration cardholders subject to conditions imposed by the State Government.
  6. 6.  An applicant has to provide the biometric information, fingerprint as well as photograph, of himself and another member of the family, to obtain the ration card.
  7. 7.  20 Rs by APL 10 Rs by BPL 5 Rs by People registered under the Antyodaya Yojana scheme.

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