Apply Antyodaya Ration Card (AAY) ration card and get more food grains and other benefits

As you know, there are many people in the country who cannot buy food ration due to their financial weakness.Antyodaya card has been released by the government for them and disabled people of the country also find it very difficult to meet their financial needs, keeping in mind all these problems central government has launched Antyodaya food scheme.

AAY Ration Card

Antyodaya Ration Card 2022 replaces people’s regular ration, which is used to purchase food items and other provisions that the government subsidizes for families from economically weaker sections of the society. Through Antyodaya Ration Card 2022, low-income people get all the basic provisions of daily life. can.

Eligibility for AAY Ration Card Application

  • All widows, disabled, incapacitated persons who are eligible for BPL are registered under Department of Social Justice and Empowerment BPL card holders affected by leprosy. All persons who are card holders.
  • In the informal sector such as porters, rickshaw pullers, haulal madaris, paper weavers and underprivileged and other rural and urban dwellers who live in slums and earn their livelihood on a daily basis fall into the same category.
  • Widow families or sick persons / disabled persons / persons aged 60 years or above who have no means of livelihood or no social support.
  • Landless agricultural labourers, marginal farmers, rural artisans like potters, tanners, weavers, blacksmiths, carpenters.
  • Applicant must be living below poverty line.
  • Applicant should be selected for Antyodaya ration card issued by designated authority.
  • Affidavit from the applicant that he does not have any ration card earlier.

Useful documents for applying

  • base
  • Residence Certificate
  • Identity Certificate
  • SPT Beneficiary Certificate issued by concerned Patwari
  • mobile no
  • Passport size photograph
  • PAN card.
  • Proof of residence.
  • Passport size photograph.
  • Government photo ID card.
  • Application letter.
  • Aadhaar Card.Bank Account No.
  • Voter Identity Card
  • Proof of date of birth.

How to Apply

Interested beneficiaries of the country who want to apply to benefit from this scheme, can apply by visiting the food supply department of their area.

For this, you have to first go to the food supply department and get the application form for Antyodaya Anna Yojana application. After taking the application form, you have to fill all the information asked in it like name, address, income mobile number etc. After filling all the information, you have to attach all the required documents in the application form. After that you have to submit the application form.
After this your application form will be scrutinized, after which the departmental officer will decide whether it is eligible to avail the benefit under this scheme or not. After applying under this scheme, you can check the application status and your name in beneficiary.

Who can benefit?

Rural beneficiary

  • Households with annual income up to ₹15000
  • Old age pension holder
  • Small and marginal farmers
  • A landless agricultural labourer
  • A physically challenged person
  • Inspector Widow
  • Rural artisans or craftsmen such as kumars, weavers, blacksmiths, bards and slum dwellers.

Urban beneficiary

  • Households with annual income up to ₹15000
  • People living in slums
  • Daily wage earners like rickshaw pullers
  • Fruit and flower vendors on the footpath
  • Domestic servant
  • construction workers
  • widow or disabled
  • Snake charmer
  • Rag picker
  • cobbler

Benefits of Antyodaya Ration Card

  • The quantity initially increased from 25 kg per family per month to 35 kg per family
  • The families coming under Poverty Line (BPL) and coming under TPDS in the state will get Rs. 2/- for giving grain
  • PWDs have been requested to avail the benefit of additional free foodgrain distribution of 5 kg per month to the state government under PMGKAY and Self-reliant India package.
  • Antyodaya Anna Yojana is mainly reserved for the poor, poor families in urban and rural areas will be benefited by this scheme.
  • The family of the applicant selected for Antyodaya family will be issued a unique quota card to get “Antyodaya Ration Card” recognition.
  • AAY aims to identify one crore poor from poor families by the number of BPL families covered under TPDS in the states and provide them Rs. / – provides food grains at highly subsidized rates per kg.
  • Union Minister Ram Vilas Paswan says that it is the state government’s responsibility to decide who will be the beneficiary under the Antyodaya Anna Yojana Ration Card and Pyooriya Parivar Ration Card.
  • The AAY scheme has since been expanded to cover 2.50 crore poor from poor families.

Types of Ration Card in Gujarat

  • Apl
  • Ph
  • APL 1-2-3
  • Non-NFSA
  • Antyodaya / AAY
  • BPL

Helpline number

  • Gujarat State Consumer Helpline (Toll Free) 1800 233 0222
  • Food and Ration Card Helpline (Toll Free) 1800 233 5500

Useful links

Official websiteClick here
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