Retion Card Sarakar Taraf Thi Ketli Vastu Mle ? : Minister for Food and Civil Supplies U T Khader confirmed that new applicants for ration cards will mandatorily have to provide the Aadhaar number for enrolment. The department also issued instructions to make sure that beneficiaries of Shaadi Bhagya scheme, Bhagyalakshmi scheme or anyone with medical issues are granted a ration card soon after they apply with Deputy Directors of their districts.
Khader also said that ration card holders can now obtain ration from any shop anywhere in the state provided their shop and the shop they avail it from both have PoS machines. Out of the 20,372 fair price shops in the state, 13,150 shops have been equipped with PoS machines. “Somebody from Kalaburagi for instance could have moved to Bengaluru and they can get their rations from the shop in Bengaluru provided both shops have PoS machines, so that there is no duplication. By December, almost all the shops will be equipped with PoS machines,” he added.
Retion Card Sarakar Taraf Thi Ketli Vastu Male ?The department is also in the process of collecting the authenticated phone numbers of all the card holders as it plans to send a barcode via sms to all the numbers. “The barcode can be used to get rations, if shops are unable to process the biometrics of the card holders,” Khader said.
Wheat back on the list again
The supply of wheat which had been removed from the list of items supplied under PDS will be restored for 13 districts in North Karnataka from December. Khader said they had received several representations from North Karnataka districts stating they wanted wheat as well.
“From December we will supply 5kg of rice and 2kg of wheat to these 13 districts. We have also written to the Centre to supply wheat and reduce the quantity of rice being supplied. We have instructed the Deputy Commissioners to send a report about how much the demand is,” Khader said. The supply of wheat had been stopped about a year and a half ago.
Meanwhile, the Department has sought a report from the Regional Commissioners on why 30,000 tonnes of wheat lying idle in various warehouses for eight months have not been disposed of. If the wheat is found to be fit for human consumption, then it will be supplied to North Karnataka, where there is a demand, or else it will be used as cattle feed, Khader said.
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