The central government is going to provide a free Ration Card facility to the poor people of the country. People of the country who belong to APL and BPL families but do not have ration cards are all eligible for free ration card scheme under central or state government scheme.

Dear friends, today we are going to provide you all the information related to the ration card through this article, so read this article till the end.

As you know, the Coronavirus crisis is going on in the whole country, due to which the Prime Minister of our country, has locked down in the whole country to protect the people of the country.

Due to this lockdown, the poor and working people of the country are getting very hard to live their lives, they do not have money to buy food items, so all the state governments have rationed their state’s people. Offering for free.

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Documents for Ration Card Registration.

  • Aadhar Card.
  • PAN Card.
  • Passport Size Photo of the candidate.
  • Income Certificate.
  • Gas Connection Details.
  • Caste Certificate.
  • Bank Account.
  • Mobile Number.

Eligibility for free ration card applicants.

  • Will have to provide proof of residence who are residing there.
  • Applicant forms should belong to the BPL family.
  • Ration card criteria will vary from rural and urban areas.
  • Ration cards will be issued only in the name of the head of the family.

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