Food and Civil Supplies and Consumer Protection Minister Girish Bapat has said that the ration shopkeepers should make the common man conscious of their duties and provide food distribution benefits to every ration card holder.
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Gondia: Food and Civil Supplies and Consumer Protection Minister Girish Bapat has said that the ration shopkeepers should make the common man aware of the duties and provide the food distribution benefits to every ration card holder. On Sunday (21st) supply to the District Planning Committee’s Auditorium in District Collectorate Computerization of the department was reviewed At the time they were talking about. Guardian Minister Rajkumar Badole, MLA Gopal Das Agarwal, Joint Secretary Supply Department Abhimanyu Kale, Deputy Superintendent Supe, District Collector Dr. Kambambri Balkavade, Additional District Collector Ashok Latare, Deputy Commissioner Ramesh Aade, District Supply Officer AK Sawai were present.
Talking to Namdar Bapat, the work of the district is satisfactory. Everyone should be aware of duty by taking vigilance towards their work. While working, I have to work quietly and do the work. Rights and duties are two sides of this same coin, and try to create an ideal district through proper planning. There is a rhesing system for the poor and the general public. Therefore, the common man should work as a centerpiece. The shopkeeper is the last factor in providing foodgrains. So the shopkeeper should also live. For this, we have to work closely with the shopkeepers. E-Poss machine is used as a bank friend. There is a need to coordinate between the representatives and the officials when doing any work. He also said that regular meetings of Village Vigilance Committees should be taken.
Guardian Minister, Mr. Badale said that organic rice produced in the district should be given to every ration shopkeeper and special attention should be given to the fact that there will be no difficulties for the storage of grains this year. MLA Agarwal, does not inspect ration shopkeepers in the district. Due to kerosene and grain black market from the ration shops, every ration shopkeeper in the district should be properly checked so that the ration shop will not be black marketed. District Supply Officer Savai from the introduction, there are 99 ration shops in the district. His work was done through the e-pos machine and the work was under operation in the mission. The Deputy District Collector Harish Dharmik along with all the sub-divisional officers, Tehsildars, supply inspectors and Ration shopkeepers were present in the majority. Thanks to the opera Sabei accepted.
Ration shopkeepers felicitate
At this time, at the hands of the dignitaries, some ration shopkeepers from the district were felicitated with their shawl and shrifle for their good work.