Retion Card New full details 2020

Retion Card New full details 2020

Desh Videsh ma Vsata Mara Vala Mitro Aaje Janav vanu Ke Je Loko Retion Card Dharavta Nathi Temana Mate Khash Juo

Priority ration card – priority ration cards are issued to households that meet the eligibility criteria set by their state government. Each priority household is entitled to 5 kilograms of food grain per member.



Ration cards are an official document issued by state governments in India to households that are eligible to purchase subsidized food grain from the Public Distribution System (under the National Food Security Act). They also serve as a common form of identification for many Indians.

Under the National Food Security Act, all state governments in India have to identify households that are eligible for purchasing subsidized food grain from the Public Distribution System and provide them with ration cards. There are two types of ration cards under NFSA:

Priority ration card - priority ration cards are issued to households that meet the eligibility criteria set by their state government. Each priority household is entitled to 5 kilograms of food grain per member.
Antyodaya (AAY) ration cards are issued to "poorest of poor" households. Each AAY household is entitled to 35 kilograms of food grain.
Before the NFSA was enacted, there were three types of ration cards:
 

Antyodaya (AAY) ration cards are issued to “poorest of poor” households. Each AAY household is entitled to 35 kilograms of food grain.

Income PAN Card

Taxation bills of property belonging to Gram Panchayat / M / s / m / s

Driving license

Telephone mobile bills

Election credentials (all members who have received credentials)
Cooking Passbook

PNG The latest gas consumption bill

Farmer ledger or village sample No-3-A

Norega’s Jobcard

The bank’s passbook

Kisan Credit Card

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