The UPA government on Monday scaled down the launch of its ambitious direct cash transfer scheme to 20 districts instead of 43 as planned earlier, keeping LPG also out of its ambit for now.

Among the reasons why the launch was scaled down were all beneficiaries not having bank account to receive cash and inadequate Aadhaar enrolment.

 

 

Direct Benefits Transfer is being rolled out from 1.1.2013 in the following districts:

S. No.

District

State/UT

1

Tumkur

Karnataka

2

Mysore

Karnataka

3

Dharwar

Karnataka

4

Puducherry

Puducherry

5

Chandigarh

Chandigarh

6

SBS Nagar/Nawanshahar

Punjab

7

North-East Delhi

Delhi

8

North-West Delhi

Delhi

9

Hoshangabad

Madhya Pradesh

10

East Nimar (Khandwa)

Madhya Pradesh

11

Harda

Madhya Pradesh

12

Ajmer

Rajasthan

13

Udaipur

Rajasthan

14

Alwar

Rajasthan

15

Hyderabad

Andhra Pradesh

16

Anantpur

Andhra Pradesh

17

Chittoor

Andhra Pradesh

18

East Godavari

Andhra Pradesh

19

Diu

Daman and Diu

20

Daman

Daman and Diu

 

Direct Benefits Transfer is being rolled out from 1.2.2013 in the following districts:

S. No.

District

State

1

Pathanamthitta



Kerala

2

Ambala

Haryana

3

Gurdaspur

Punjab

4

Sikkim West

Sikkim

5

Sikkim East

Sikkim

6

Rangareddy

Andhra Pradesh

7

North Goa

Goa

8

Wardha

Maharashtra

9

Amravati

Maharashtra

10

Saraikela – Kharsawan

Jharkhand

11

Ranchi

Jharkhand

 

Direct Benefits Transfer is being rolled out from 1.3.2013 in the following districts:

S. No.

District

State

1

Wayanad

Kerala

2

Sonepat

Haryana

3

Fatehgarh Sahib

Punjab

4

Khowai

Tripura

5

Tripura West

Tripura

6

Dhalai

Tripura

7

Tripura North

Tripura

8

Mumbai + Suburban

Maharashtra

9

Pune

Maharashtra

10

Nandurbar

Maharashtra

11

Ramgarh

Jharkhand

12

Hazaribag

Jharkhand

 

List of districts for roll-out of Direct cash transfer of subsidy Benefits
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