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Public Distribution System
India being a Welfare State, the national objective of growth with social justice and progressive improvements in the living standards of the population, makes it imperative to ensure that quality food grain is made available at reasonable prices. The PDS evolved as a major instrument of the Government’s policy for ensuring availability of food grains to the public at affordable prices as well as for enhancing the food security of the poor. .... Read More....
Targeted Public Distribution System
In June 1997, the Government of India launched the Targeted Public Distribution System (TPDS) with focus on the poor. Under the TPDS, States were required to formulate and implement fool proof arrangements for the identification of the poor for delivery of food grains and for its distribution in a transparent and accountable manner through Fair Price Shops (FPS).Read More....
National Food Security Act 2013 (NFSA’13)
The Government of Assam has implemented the NFSA’13 in the state from December 2015. Under NFSA’13 around 2.52 crore people are being covered in the state for distribution of food grains at highly subsidized rate. The AAY beneficiaries of the previous TPDS have been included as AAY categories of beneficiaries under NFSA’13. The eligible families from the earlier BPL, APL, MMASY card holders have been included as Priority Household families under NFSA’13. The selected AAY families are getting 35 kg of rice per Ration Card per month while the selected Priority Household families are getting 5 kg of rice per member of the family per month.
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