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Sunday 12 April 2020

APL-1 card holders to get ration from April 13 Free ration distribution to 60 lakh APL-1 card holder families

APL-1 card holders to get ration from April 13  Free ration distribution to 60 lakh APL-1 card holder families 

Distribution of ration duty ration in the month of April will be available at 17,000 Government Rental Prices shops across Gujarat, benefiting 60 lakh APL-1 card holder families, which will take place during April 13-17. About 2.5 to 3 crore people will benefit from a free supply of 10 kg wheat, 3 kg rice, 1 kg lentils, 1 kg sugar and 1 kg salt. This information was shared through official communication by the state government.

The Gujarat government on Wednesday said that during the ongoing lockdown it will provide free ration to about 60 lakh families above the poverty line (APL) of the state, which is not covered under the National Food Security Act. Each APL-1 card holder family will be eligible for 10 kg of wheat, three kg of rice, one kg of pulses and one kg of sugar free of cost.

The government has also distributed free ration to around 65 lakh families having priority ration card or Antyodaya ration card.

The Cabinet has decided to provide free ration to over 1 lakh families to ration of APL-1 card holders. They will get 5 kg wheat, three kg rice, one kg pulses, one kilogram sugar free of cost per family. The total number of such beneficiaries is 2.5 billion crore crore. That's it, "Chief Minister Vijay Rupani said after the meeting.

The state government has decided to distribute food grains free of cost to 60 million APL-1 cardholders across the state, ie 30 million middle class. The distribution of these grains will be from next 13th April at 17 thousand government-approved cheap grain shops.

Ashwini Kumar said that for distribution of cereal distribution system smoothly, the days of distribution of ration card have been fixed for five days ie April 13 to April 17 according to the number of ration card numbers. One committee will be set up per shop

A committee will be set up at the village and urban level to ensure easy distribution of foodgrains in the state. The committee will include teachers, Talati or village volunteers, police and local leaders.

The APL-1 card holders will also have to carry Aadhaar card with their own card and the CM has also directed the Food Citizens Supply Department that the government should maintain a register of approved cheap grain shop holders distribution system.

Distribution of cereals according to numerical numbers to APL-1 ration card holders

The last digit numbers 1 and 2 of the card for APL-1 ration card holders that are not included in the NFSA are registered. Cardholders having the last digits on April 13, 3 and 4 have the ration card holder having the last digit of April 14, 5 and 6 on April 15, and the holder of the last digit of 7 and 8, the ration card holder with April 16 and 9 and 0 last digits. Delivery will be free of charge.
 The beneficiary - who can not get the grain on that day - will get it on April 18

The Secretary to the Chief Minister categorically stated that APL-1 card holders are required to attend the ration card as per the latest data on the same date and day they are required to go to the cheap cereal shop to procure food grains.

He also added that due to the unforeseen circumstances, if any APL-1 card holder cannot avail the benefit of grain distribution during these five days, such beneficiaries should be compensated. Grain distribution will be done on April 18 -2020. So that if any beneficiary cannot get grain on that day then do not go to the shop the next day. The 18th will have to get its own grain.

APL-1 card holders to get ration from April 13  Free ration distribution to 60 lakh APL-1 card holder families 

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