Over 51 lakh ration cards prepared in Haryana

 
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Chandigarh, May 22 (UNI) As many as 51.54 lakh ration cards of Above Poverty Line (APL), Below Poverty Line (BPL) and Antodya Ann Yojana (AAY) schemes have been prepared in the state having 2.36 crore units.

There were 45 lakh ration cards in the state in March 2005, when the Congress government had assumed office, Haryana Deputy Chief Minister Chander Mohan said today.

He said out of total ration cards 43.28 lakh ration card belonged to the Above Poverty Line, 5.34 lakh to the Below Poverty Line while 2.91 lakh ration cards had been prepared under the Antodya Ann Yojana scheme.

Giving the district wise details of the ration cards of various categories prepared by Food and Supplies Department, he said Ambala had prepared 2.53 lakh, Bhiwani 3.35 lakh, Faridabad 5.77 lakh, Fatehabad 2.04 lakh, Gurgaon 2.10 lakh, Hisar 3.41 lakh, Jind 2.50 lakh, Jhajjar 2.01 lakh, Karnal 3.26 lakh, Kaithal 2.38 lakh, Kurukshetra 2.01 lakh, Mewat 2.09 lakh, Narnaul 1.85 lakh, Panipat 2.59 lakh, Panchkula 1.09 lakh, Rohtak 2.28 lakh, Rewari 1.80 lakh, Sirsa 2.81 lakh, Sonepat 2.86 lakh and Yamunanagar 2.71 lakh.

UNI

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