13 June 2020

NFSA and non-NFSA BPL ration card holders will get free foodgrains @dcs-dof.gujarat.gov.in

NFSA and non-NFSA BPL ration card holders will get free foodgrains from 15th date @dcs-dof.gujarat.gov.in

NFSA and non-NFSA BPL ration card holders are required to meet the Prime Minister in June under the National Food Security Act and the Prime Minister's Poor Welfare Food Scheme in the lockdown announced by the government in the event of the current Koro epidemic. Chanadal will be distributed free of cost from the relevant reasonable price shop from date 15/6.
Considering the last digit of the card of NFSA (AAY and PHH) and non-NFSA BPL ration card holders, 1 will be given on 15/6, 2 will be given on 16/6, 3 will be given on 17/6, 4 will be given on 18/6, 5 will be given on 19/6 It is planned to distribute
If any beneficiary is not able to get the quantity of essential items due to him on the due date due to unavoidable circumstances, he / she will have to get it from the shop at reasonable price as early as possible from 25/6
All reasonable price shopkeepers and beneficiaries are also requested to follow the necessary guidelines to maintain social distance in case of Koro epidemic, not to spread false crowds or chaos during distribution. NFSA and noFSA BPLn-N ration card holders will be required to bring their ration card and Aadhar card or a copy of Aadhar card to get ration. In case of non-availability of Aadhaar card, the government will have to bring along valid supporting evidence. The total number of NFSA card holders in June is 203 and non-NFSA BPL is 121. The total number of ration card holders in June will be 1815 and the number will be free in June, according to the press release of District Supply Officer, Kutch-Bhuj.
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What is NFSA ration card?
To alleviate poverty, NFSA claims right to receive food-grains at subsidized prices by persons belonging to eligible households, that is Priority House Holds (PHH) under Targeted Public Distribution System (TPDS).

What is the meaning of NFSA?
The National Food Security Act, 2013 (NFSA 2013) converts into legal entitlements for existing food security programmes of the Government of India. It includes the Midday Meal Scheme, Integrated Child Development Services scheme and the Public Distribution System.

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