JAIPUR: Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Wednesday wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi demanding to extend the restrict of beneficiaries of the National Food Security Scheme (NFSA) on the idea of current inhabitants as an alternative of the 2011 census.
The chief minister mentioned within the final 10 years, the inhabitants of all of the states of the nation has elevated and plenty of households have come beneath the purview of meals safety.
In order to make sure the meals safety of such needy households, it’s essential to re-fix the ceiling of meals safety in keeping with the estimated inhabitants of 2021.
In his letter, Gehlot wrote that beneath the meals safety scheme within the state, the ceiling of 4,46,00,000 individuals has been set by the Government of India on the idea of the 2011 census.
For these beneficiaries, 2,30,882 metric tonnes of meals grains are being allotted per 30 days.
In the final 10 years, numerous households have turn out to be eligible for NFSA, he mentioned.
According to a press release, the chief minister has urged the Centre to offer meals safety to 74 lakh extra individuals within the state.