The government has implemented a composite system to improve public distribution system. The ration card holder has gas cylinders. Kerosene supply has been discontinued for those customers.
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Gondia: The government has implemented a composite system to improve public distribution system. The ration card holder has gas cylinders. Kerosene supply has been discontinued for those customers.
For this the declaration that the ration card holders have gas cylinders will be filled. The district supply department has succeeded in saving the amount of three lakh liters of kerosene and the amount of subsidy it will provide for the month. Distribution of POS machines is being distributed through the supply chain through the supply chain. The same system is also being used to distribute kerosene.
There are 18 Distributors, 112 9 Retailers and 106 Hawkers in the district. Through Kerosene distribution to ration card holders. Subsidized kerosene per liter of 28 liters is 30 paise. The non-subsidized Kerosene per liter is Rs 56 per liter. But before the POS system, kerosene was being marketed in large quantity. However, the ration card holders decided not to give kerosene to the gas cylinders.
Therefore, in order to implement this issue, the District Supply Department has launched a search campaign under the guidance of the Collector, Kadambari Balakwade. The declaration that the ration card holders have gas cylinders from them. So far 9 4 thousand ration card holders filled the declaration of gas cylinders.
The campaign implemented by the District Supply Department helped save the subsidy of three lakh liters of kerosene and lakhs of rupees per month. District Supply Officer Anil Sawai said that all this was possible due to the hard work of the officers and employees working under the District Supply Department.
More commissions for distributors through POS machine
The government has increased its commission to encourage cheap grain shoppers to distribute cheap cereals through point of cell (POS) machinery. Officials of the supply department said that POS machines are being given a discount of Rs. 80 per quintal for distribution of cheaper grains to the traders distributing cheaper grains of Rs. 120 per quintal and POS without POS.
Trying to benefit 2 lakh ration card holders
Under Rashtriya Nirmaan Yojna (SGSY), cheap food is provided to ration card holders of 2 lakh 21 thousand priority groups in the district which is deprived of cheap foodgrains. For this, the government is pursuing follow-up through the Guardian Minister Rajkumar Badole, District Collector, Kadambari Balakwade. After getting approval from the government, they will be able to pick up the cheap cereals.