On Saturday the aam Adami party said that the Delhi government was set to start its ration home delivery but the centre intervened.
"Delhi government was all set to launch the Doorstep Delivery of Ration scheme across Delhi within 1-2 days, benefiting 72 lakh poor beneficiaries across Delhi. Based on central government's suggestion, Delhi cabinet has passed a decision to remove
the name “Mukhyamantri Ghar Ghar Ration Yojna” for the scheme and to implement doorstep delivery of ration as part of the existing NFS Act, 2013. These addresses all the concerns of the central government," a statement said."[However] LG (Lieutenant Governor) has rejected the file for implementation of Doorstep Delivery of Ration citing two reasons – centre is yet to approve the scheme, and an ongoing court case.
No approval for launching such a scheme is required as per existing law," it added. The aam aadmi party also mocked the centre by asking questions to the prime minister on the provisions to stop the Ration mafia and ensuring fair distribution.
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