According to the rules of the government food and food is provided to the ashram school and hostels at the rate of BPL. However, supply has been stopped for the last one year. Concerned aided Ashramshalas and hostels have to purchase food grains from outside. The tribal ashramalala director Welfare Association demanded that the supply should be restored. The Minister of State for Public Works, Forests and Tribal Development and Guardian Minister of the District Dr. Pariney Phukay has been given a statement on Monday.
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Gondia: According to the rules of government, the grant of food grains is provided to the ashram school and hostels at the rate of BPL. However, supply has been stopped for the last one year. Concerned aided Ashramshalas and hostels have to purchase food grains from outside. The tribal ashramalala director Welfare Association demanded that the supply should be restored. The Minister of State for Public Works, Forests and Tribal Development and Guardian Minister of the District Dr. Pariney Phukay has been given a statement on Monday.
There are many aided Ashramshalas and hostels through various welfare organizations in the state government and the school hostels are supplying food and grain at the rate of BPL as per government’s decision of government. However, the supply was stopped for the last one year. According to the letter of the Civil Supply and Consumer Protection Department of the Government of May 2019, the welfare of the district
Instructions were made to the concerned department to supply the grains not provided in the 2017-18 session to the subsidized ashramshalas and hostels started by the institutions. However, the District Supply Officers ignored it and did not supply food and grains without taking any action. If there is no suspension order on 3 May 2019, it has been said that the supply of this supply has been stopped by giving the letter dated March 29, 2019.
The Association’s officials met Union Minister Ramvilas Paswan and informed him about it. On this, he told the officials that there is no such ban. But now it is time to take out food and food for the concerned institution, which is not affordable. But they have to bear this burden so that they can continue their schools and hostels.
Therefore, the Government of Maharashtra has decided to revise the food grains supplied to the subsidized ashramshalas and hostels at the rate of BPL, and demanded that the food supply should be reinstated. Tribal AshramSala Director Welfare Association The result is given by the statement given to Phukeya Phukey.
The delegation led by the Association of Welfare Association of Tribal Ashram Association, Chawamesar Gahane, met the Guardian Minister Phukey in a government guest house on Monday and presented a memorandum.
At this time, Phukey complained of association problems and promised to take positive action soon.
The delegation included Jhamsing Yerane, Niram Text, ADTB Katre, UT Bisen, Sukhdev Dahivale, Rajendra Badole, Laxman Chandrikapure, Kore, Dr. Other office bearers of Phunde were included.
Audit has to be paid in the account of BPL
The directors have to work hard to maintain their ashramshalas and hostels, since the previous year, the government has to procure out-of-the-art food supply from the government because of the supply of food and grain supply to the BPL. However, while editing the institution, they have to show the rates of BPL as the food and food taken from outside also are not accepted in audit. On the other hand, students can not be hungry. So the institution drivers have to bear huge losses.
Not a certificate of validity presented
In order to provide food and grains to the schools and hostels of the welfare organizations, the State Government’s Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Protection Department is providing a Certificate of Welfare to the Central Government Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Protection Department. According to this feed and food is provided. But it has been a mess since the past five years.
To solve the problem in eight days
With the association, the Minister of State, Dr. After giving a statement to Phukke, he gave a meeting of senior officials of the concerned department in this case to the office bearers of the Association for the purpose of resolving the settlement within eight days.