Free Gain Distribution for june month in gujarat

The government announced the distribution of foodgrains for the third time from June 15

As per the sensitive decision taken by Chief Minister Shri Vijaybhai Rupani for the 4 crore 2 lakh poor-Antyodaya population, the distribution of free foodgrains by the state government to the 3.81 lakh ration card holders covered under NFSA in the state for the third consecutive month will start from 15 th June.
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First of all Reach to the official Website of DCS DOF Gujarat – https://dcs-dof.gujarat.gov.in/ in the Ration card Section in Left Sidebar open – “Area Wise Ration Card Details – NFSA” Link.
Public distribution system has been implemented in the state for the food security of the poor. The Director, Food and Civil Supplies Office under the State of Gujarat, Department of Food and Civil Supplies plays a vital role in making it functional. In order to manage the public distribution system, coordination is carried out with various agencies to monitor and supervise the regular supply of foodgrains and other commodities on a monthly basis through fair price shops. In addition, the demand and supply of goods are also controlled and monitored as per the Essential Commodities Act as well as the control orders under it.

The government announced the distribution of foodgrains for the third time from June 15

Distribution system of essential items

The Ministry of Food and Public Distribution Management of the Government of India allocates foodgrains and sugar on an annual / quarterly / monthly basis for public distribution. While the Ministry of Petroleum allocates kerosene on an annual / quarterly basis. At the beginning of the month, the quantity of essential items available at the state level is distributed in a district wise manner keeping in view the type of ration card holders, population as well as the standards of essential items available per card in the state. On the basis of which the district supply officers allocate for taluka (village) and urban taluka (zone). While Taluka Mamlatdars / Zonal Officers issue permits to fair price shops, kerosene retailers / hawkers on monthly basis for distribution of essential items to the card holders. Relevant fair price shopkeepers have to get the quantity mentioned in this permit from the godowns under Gujarat State Civil Supplies Corporation. While the Government of India's Oil Co. The quantity of kerosene permitted by the kerosene agents at Nimel and the district has to be arranged by the doorstep delivery at the fair price shop / kerosene retailer or hawker's place.


The government announced the distribution of foodgrains for the third time from June 15

How to Check Gujarat Ration Card List 2020 on www.dcs-dof.gujarat.gov.in ?

First of all Reach to the official Website of DCS DOF Gujarat https://dcs-dof.gujarat.gov.in/ in the Ration card Section in Left Sidebar open – “Area Wise Ration Card Details – NFSA” Link.

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  • You will be Redirected to a New Web Address – https://dcs-dof.gujarat.gov.in/
  • On This Page Choose – “Information of PDS Supply Chain” or “Statistical Data & Contact Information“.Tick Mark on the “Details of Your Ration Card”.Input Bar Coded Ration Card no.
Click on Search Button or Print Button to Take Hard copy of it.

Government is planning to provide one kg of sugar to an additional 16.3 crore families through public distribution system (PDS) at a subsidised rate that will cost the exchequer Rs 4,727 crore and is also mulling offering additional foodgrains from buffer stock to clear storage ahead of monsoon.

According to sources, the food ministry's proposal to extend scheme of providing sugar at a subsidised rate was discussed during the first Cabinet meeting of the new government held last week but no decision was taken.

Instead, the cabinet asked the ministry to rework the proposal and consider distribution of additional foodgrains (wheat or rice) under the PDS, they added.

At present, sugar is distributed at a subsided rate of Rs 13.5 per kg to 2.5 crore families under the Antyodaya Anna Yojana (AAY).

The proposal is to extend one kg sugar supplies to additional 16.29 crore beneficiary families, would cost Rs 4,727 crore to the exchequer, sources said.

The ministry is thinking of supplying 1 or 2 kg of additional foodgrains but a final call is yet to be taken, sources said.

Under the National Food Security Act (NFSA), the government is supplying 5 kg of foodgrains each per month to over 80 crore people at a highly subsidised price. Wheat is being supplied ar Rs 2 per kg, while rice at Rs 3 per kg.

The distribution of additional foodgrains through the PDS is being considered as state-run Food Corporation of India (FCI) is saddled with wheat and rice stock. With some foodgrains stock kept in open space, the FCI is under pressure to clear stock before monsoon season starts.