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Sunday, October 10, 2021

Shock to Kejriwal government, Center again put brake on door step delivery of ration

The Aam Aadmi Party has targeted the central government for again banning the ration door step delivery scheme. AAP spokesperson Saurabh Bhardwaj said that under the pressure of ration mafia, the central government is not trying to implement the door step delivery scheme of ration.
The party alleges that the scheme has been stopped on the basis of the appeal made by the ration dealers to stop this scheme. The party said that this is also in contravention of the decision of the High Court. Saurabh Bhardwaj said that the central government wants to take forward the network of BJP and ration mafia by stopping the door step delivery scheme of ration.

The central government and the BJP do not want the network of ration mafia to end from Delhi. He said that regarding the National Food Security Act (NFSA), the Association of Ration Dealers of Delhi had argued in the court that doorstep delivery of ration was not possible, then the court had rejected that argument and the court said that NFSA does not create any such barrier. The central government is now disregarding the same.

According to AAP spokesperson Saurabh Bhardwaj, in a letter sent by the Union Ministry of Food, Consumer Affairs and Public Distribution to the Food and Civil Supplies Department of the Delhi government, it has been said that while distributing ration to the Delhi government, the norms and provisions of the NFSA Act 2013 should be followed. should do. The Center has stated that the proposal under consideration with the Delhi Government for home delivery does not meet the norms of NFSA and hence the Government of India does not allow it.

The file has been sent again to LG for approval.

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal once again sent its file to the Lieutenant Governor to implement the doorstep delivery scheme of ration in Delhi. The government claims that last week the Delhi High Court had allowed the doorstep delivery scheme of ration to be conditionally implemented, after which the Chief Minister sent its proposal to the LG. Appealed that the Lieutenant Governor should approve the implementation of the earlier decision of the Delhi cabinet. So that doorstep delivery of ration can be done to the people of Delhi.