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Govt's big blow to the common man, lakhs of ration cards will be cancelled
Govt's big blow to the common man, lakhs of ration cards will be cancelled

New Delhi: An important piece of news has come out for the ration card holders. Similarly, if you are also a ration card holder, then soon your card might also be cancelled. According to the news received from the central government, the ration cards of lakhs of people will be cancelled across the country. Now lakhs of people of the country will not get the facility of free ration. 

The government has told that about 10 lakh people in the country are taking advantage of the facility of free ration in a fake manner. The ration card of all these people will be cancelled. Ration cards of about 10 lakh persons have been identified. These cards will be cancelled shortly. The government has prepared its list. Let us tell you that the people whose cards have been found fake will also be recovered from the government. At present, about 80 crore people are taking advantage of the facility of free ration across the country. Ineligible ration card holders will not get free wheat, rice and gram. 

The government has told that the complete list of all the ineligible people will be sent to the dealer. After this, the dealers will not give rations to these persons. Dealers will mark the names and send the report of such cardholders to the district headquarters. Thereafter, their cards will be cancelled. According to the news received from NFSA, the names of those cardholders who pay income tax or who have more than 10 bighas of land will be removed from the list. Such persons will not get a free ration. At the same time, there are some people who do business with free rations. Such people have also been identified. The cards of these persons will also be cancelled. 

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