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One country-one card: Ration can be obtained from any place in the country, corruption will stop

One country-one card: Ration can be obtained from any place in the country, corruption will stop




  • New Delhi: In the nation where there is as yet one nation, one political decision is being discussed, the Modi government has begun arrangements for bringing one nation, one apportion card. 
  • Customers and Union Minister of Food and Public Distribution Ram Vilas Paswan said that the administration is pushing ahead right now. 
  • Paswan said that the conveyability office will be begun in the nation of the proportion card, which can guarantee that all the recipients, particularly the travelers, can get the nourishment things required under the Public Distribution System (PDS) anyplace in the nation. 
  • One nation one card: Ration can be gotten from wherever in the nation, debasement will stop 
  • Association serve Paswan tended to the states in a 
  • meeting of nourishment secretary and government authorities saying this. 
  • He said that a focal vault of apportion cards will be made under PDS's Integrate Management with the goal that the national level can be kept away from by twofold gauges. 
  • The Minister of State for Food and Public Distribution, Dana Ravasahab Dadrao, has encouraged the states to chip away at the digitization of the proportion card and to deal with the digitization of the apportion card. 
  • As indicated by this new game plan, all individuals can utilize a similar apportion card in the nation. Be that as it may, right now, the administration will make severe move against individuals who are being manhandled. 
  • The framework will before long be considered by the framework after any individual wrongly attempts to make an apportion card at wherever in the nation. 
  • One nation one card: Ration can be acquired from wherever in the nation, debasement will stop

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The enactment of the National Food Security Act, (NFSA) 2013 on July 5, 2013 marks a paradigm shift in the approach to food security from welfare to rights based approach. The Act legally entitles upto 75% of the rural population and 50% of the urban population to receive subsidized foodgrains under Targeted Public Distribution System. About two thirds of the population therefore is covered under the Act to receive highly subsidised foodgrains. The National Food Security Act, (NFSA) 2013is being implemented in all the States/UTs, on an all India basis. Out of maximum coverage of 81.35 crore, around 80 crore persons have been covered under NFSA at present for receiving highly subsidized foodgrains. The identification of beneficiaries by States/UTs is a continuous process, which involves exclusion of ineligible/fake/duplicate ration cards and also exclusion on account of death, migration etc. and inclusion on account of birth as also that of genuine left-out households.