Govt servants, pensioners, minors and large farmers availed the benefits
Over 18.67 lakh beneficiaries of the National Food Security Act (NFSA) failed to meet the extended deadline of September 15 for mandatory Aadhaar linking with ration cards.
Mamata’s plight was highlighted by ‘The New Indian Express’ on July 25 and has now been given 6.40 quintal of rice and 37 litre of kerosene under the National Food Security Act.
The discrepancies are being detected during the second step of verification process
The government has also asked farmers to submit NFSA ration card, bank passbook and other documents during online registration under P-PAS.
Khurda admin directed to implement scheme in 127 fair price shops
The valedictory function was held on Tuesday. Chief guest D Sabitha, additional chief secretary and managing director, Government of Tamil Nadu, distributed certificates to 400 students.
The government, in its interim budget presented in February, had pegged food subsidy bill at Rs 1,84,220 crore for 2019-20 as against Rs 1,71,298 crore last year.
The study shows that climate change could affect the productivity of rice, wheat, and maize by 2050, with the situation getting even worse by 2080.
The campaign was started last year, following which numerous celebrities, hotels, NGOs, influencers, organisations and individuals came forward to serve the cause.
It has been observed that lakhs of identified beneficiaries are not availing the rice since April 2018.
The court directed the respondent officer to appear and tell the correct and exact timeline on which action will be taken.