Ration Card Latest Rules: The central government has made some rules to cancel the ration card. If you are also taking advantage of free ration, then know immediately because after the cancellation of the card, you will not be able to get this facility. The government is probing it.
Ration Card New Rules: There is big news for the ration card holders. At present, the facility of free ration is being provided across the country and the government is also contemplating to extend this scheme for the next 6 months. Let us tell you that in this free ration scheme, many ineligible people have taken advantage of this facility and in view of this situation, the government has taken a big step.
Many ration cards will be canceled
The central government has made some rules to cancel the ration card. If you do not fit under these rules, then your ration card will also be canceled. For this reason, at this time the government is appealing to such people that whoever are ineligible people, they should get their ration card canceled on their own.
Let us tell you that if you have not canceled your ration card yet, then after verification the team of Food Department will cancel it . Action can also be taken against such people.
Know what are the rules?
If you have a plot / flat or house of 100 square meters earned from your own income, four wheeler vehicle / tractor, arms license, family income of more than two lakhs in the village and three lakhs annually in the city, then such people should get their ration card in Tehsil And will have to surrender at the DSO office.
Central Government will make recovery
According to the rules of the government, if the ration card holder does not surrender the card, then the card of such people will be canceled after investigation. Along with this, legal action can also be taken against that family. Not only this, since he is taking ration from such people, the ration will also be recovered.
Government can increase the free ration facility
According to media reports, the government is currently providing free 5 kg food grains to the poor and it is believed that the government can increase it further for the next 3 to 6 months. However, this will cost the government $10 billion more money.