Mathura: Grocers hinder state aid – Mathura: Grocers hinder state aid

Vrindavan (Mathura). Because of Kovid, where the employment of people has stalled, the livelihood crisis has arisen. In this case, the aid of the ration received from the government should not reach the common consumer. In Kailashanagar of Vrindavan, people have wandered around the ration. The traders are also unwilling to give the consumers a ration.
At this stage of the covid transition, the government once again cleared the ration system for the poor. This allocation is provided by the dealers through the district supply department. But most of Vrindavan’s grocers are losing sight of the government’s goals. More than a dozen Kailash Nagar consumers have complained to the District Supply Officer.
If the dealer never gets an internet network, the E-Pos machine sometimes gives something back to the consumers, which is an excuse for not working. The grocer does not open the store at the scheduled time either. This creates pressure on the crowd in the store. Because of this, social distancing is not followed. Because of the policy of avoiding the distribution of rations, people are constantly overcrowded. Complainants Rajesh Kumar, Kushal Kumar, etc. have called for action against the dealer and requested a fair investigation from the District Supply Officer.
This situation is in most of the cheap government shops in Vrindavan. It is common practice to have complaints about the distribution of rations, the failure to open stores and the disruption of the distribution.
District Utilities Officer Raghavendra Singh said that such cases are being investigated and action will be taken.

Vrindavan (Mathura). Because of Kovid, where the employment of people has stalled, the livelihood crisis has arisen. In this case, the aid of the ration received from the government should not reach the common consumer. In Kailashanagar of Vrindavan, people have wandered around the ration. The traders are also unwilling to give the consumers a ration.

At this stage of the covid transition, the government once again cleared the ration system for the poor. This allocation is provided by the dealers through the district supply department. But most of Vrindavan’s grocers are losing sight of the government’s goals. More than a dozen Kailash Nagar consumers have complained to the District Supply Officer.

If the dealer never gets an internet network, the E-Pos machine sometimes gives something back to the consumers, which is an excuse for not working. The grocer does not open the store at the scheduled time either. This creates pressure on the crowd in the store. Because of this, social distancing is not followed. Because of the policy of avoiding the distribution of rations, people are constantly overcrowded. Complainants Rajesh Kumar, Kushal Kumar, etc. have called for action against the dealer and requested a fair investigation from the District Supply Officer.

This situation is in most of the cheap government shops in Vrindavan. It is common practice to have complaints about the distribution of rations, the failure to open stores and the disruption of the distribution.

District Utility Commissioner Raghavendra Singh said that action will be taken in such cases by conducting an investigation.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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