Government’s big gift to ration card holders, now gas-cylinder will be available for free
New Delhi: In order to provide relief to the general public, the central and state governments run many schemes from time to time. The purpose of these schemes is to make the future of the countrymen bright. Through the ration card, the government is providing various facilities to the poor people. Giving a big relief to the people suffering from inflation, the government has announced to give LPG cylinders to the ration card holders in a year. The move is aimed at reducing the budget of the kitchen which has been affected due to rising prices of the items. Under this scheme, every eligible person will be able to get 3 filled cylinders for free.
Ration card holders will get free gas cylinder
If you are also an Antyodaya card holder then you are going to have fun now. Gas cylinders will be given free of cost to the card holders by the central government. According to the information given by the Dhami government of Uttarakhand, 3 LPG cylinders will be given free of cost annually to the ration card holders. Although this step of the government will increase the financial burden on the government, but the common people will definitely get benefit. Along with this announcement, there are some conditions in it which will have to be followed.
Who will get the benefit of this
To get free gas cylinder, it is mandatory for the beneficiary to be a resident of Uttarakhand.
Antoday ration card holders must be linked with the gas connection card.
If you also want to take advantage of this scheme of Uttarakhand government, then link your Antoday card. If you do not link the card, then you will be deprived of the scheme of free gas cylinders of the government. After this decision of the Uttarakhand government, about two lakh Antoday card holders of the state will get a big benefit while the government will have to bear a total burden of Rs 55 crore from this scheme.
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