Gujarat to provide free food to the poor: 3 crore people will benefit, from April 1st.
Gujarat to provide free food to the poor: 3 crore people will benefit, from April 1st
After the Prime Minister declared the country a lockdown for 21 days, the families who earn their living by eating daily in Gujarat are in trouble. However, an important decision has been made by Chief Minister Vijay Rupani for these families. Rupani has announced to give free food to poor families for 21 days. Which will be implemented from April 1st. Grain will be given to ration card holders from 1st April. A total of 30 million people, including the workers, the poor, the workers, will benefit.
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Cereals will be provided per person
For one month from 1st April, 3.50 kg wheat, 1.50 kg rice and 1 kg sugar per family, 1 kg lentils and 1 kg salt will be provided free of cost at a government-approved cheap grain shop for one month from 1st April. The Prime Minister announced that the lockdown to protect the citizens from the corona transit has been seriously planned by the Prime Minister so that such small and poor families will not face any problem in the future so that there will be no problem in the supply of life-saving goods or any other essential services.
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