Kashmiri man mocks the Government with ‘Ration card filled with Bollywood names’

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Jammu and Kashmir

Srinagar, March 5: An unknown consumer has filled his ration card detail with popular phrases and songs from Bollywood movies for getting subsidised ration under the National Food Security Act (NFSA).

“Allah Duhai Hai”, is a father of five, lives in Baramulla town of the north Kashmir district, is the head of the family which, surprisingly, has four members over 100 years of age.

The 120-year-old head of the family is the son of “A Karle Pyaar Ve” and has three children — two daughters and a son, naming Aba(son), Jaba, Daba — a phrase used in Anil Kapoor-Urmila Matondkar-Sridevi starrer “Judaai” that was released in 1997 are all aged 100 years.


The other two children are 12-year-old son “Aag Aur Shola” and 20-year-old “Shola Aur Gola”. The family didn’t stopped here but claims to live near a mental hospital (there is none in Baramulla) in house number 420.(a reference to Section 420 of the IPC related to the offence of cheating).

The department undertook an exercise to seek fresh details from all consumers in the Valley and the family is still undetected.