Cardholders vaccinated by Corona will be given a ration based on their preference

Sonbhadra The district administration is making every effort to contain the corona. Campaigns motivate people to get vaccinated. Even then, most people in rural areas are not interested in getting vaccinated. Now the supply department will also make people aware of this. The District Supply Officer has instructed all Kotdars to motivate cardholders to vaccinate. The cardholders vaccinated by Corona were instructed to distribute the ration at will.
The government has decided to give Antyodaya and eligible household cardholders a free ration. The government gives Antyodaya cardholders 35kg of wheat and rice per card, while Eligible Household cardholders receive 3kg of wheat and 2kg of rice per unit. Under the scheme, five kg of food grains per unit will be distributed free of charge to all cardholders in the months of May and June. This food is offered in addition to the National Food Security System. It is distributed free of charge as part of the National Food Security Program in June, July and August. The district currently has three lakh 40,000,982 eligible households and 60,000 558 Antyodaya cardholders. A total of 1499092 units of 4 lakh one thousand 539 cardholders will benefit from the program. Cardholders turn to the grocery stores every day to collect the groceries. In E-Posh machines, the network sometimes runs slowly due to the lack of a network, so the cardholders have to wait. Now cardholders who are 45 years old and have not yet been vaccinated by Corona may have to wait longer. The shopkeepers of the distribution system distribute the ration to the cardholders, who were first vaccinated ad libitum by Kovid.
All kotdars were instructed to motivate cardholders to get the corona vaccine. The cardholders vaccinated by Corona receive an allocation at will. Anyone under the jurisdiction of the government should get vaccinated. Rakesh Tiwari, Sonbhadra District Utility Commissioner.

Sonbhadra The district administration is making every effort to contain the corona. Campaigns motivate people to get vaccinated. Even then, most people in rural areas are not interested in getting vaccinated. Now the supply department will also make people aware of this. The District Supply Officer has instructed all Kotdars to motivate cardholders to vaccinate. The cardholders vaccinated by Corona were instructed to distribute the ration at will.

The government has decided to give Antyodaya and eligible household cardholders a free ration. The government gives Antyodaya cardholders 35kg of wheat and rice per card, while Eligible Household cardholders receive 3kg of wheat and 2kg of rice per unit. Under the scheme, five kg of food grains per unit will be distributed free of charge to all cardholders in the months of May and June. This food is offered in addition to the National Food Security System. It is distributed free of charge as part of the National Food Security Program in June, July and August. The district currently has three lakh 40,000,982 eligible households and 60,000 558 Antyodaya cardholders. A total of 1499092 units of 4 lakh one thousand 539 cardholders will benefit from the program. Cardholders turn to the grocery stores every day to collect the groceries. In E-Posh machines, the network sometimes runs slowly due to the lack of a network, so the cardholders have to wait. Now cardholders who are 45 years old and have not yet been vaccinated by Corona may have to wait longer. The shopkeepers of the distribution system distribute the ration to the cardholders, who were first vaccinated ad libitum by Kovid.

All kotdars were instructed to motivate cardholders to get the corona vaccine. The cardholders vaccinated by Corona receive an allocation at will. Anyone under the jurisdiction of the government should get vaccinated. Rakesh Tiwari, Sonbhadra District Utility Commissioner.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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