Quota Shop sealed due to complaint about giving less ration – Quota Shop sealed due to complaint about giving less ration

PDDU Nagar. On Sunday, a team from Naib Tehsildar, Supply Inspector and Lekhpal raided a quota shop in Lakhmipur over a complaint that grocery card holders were receiving less groceries than the unit. During this time, the kotdar closed the shop and fled the spot. The team sealed the store after receiving the statement from the cardholders present in the store.
In fact, the cardholders associated with the above grocery store have been complaining about giving less groceries in the past few days. The team members negotiated the grocery card holders in the store. The cardholders stated that the coter gave less ration than the unit indicated on the ration card. Five units give the registered allocation cardholders an allocation according to four units. When asked, it is said that this is done at the behest of the high officials. On the other hand, the Kotdar closed the shop and fled when he saw the officers talking to the holders of the ration cards. He called the officers and said he went to Varanasi for medication. The officers then sealed the shop and returned. In this regard, Supply Inspector Mamta Singh said the store was sealed after responding to the cardholders’ complaint. Upon arrival of Kotedar in Varanasi, the shop opens and the inventory is checked.

PDDU Nagar. On Sunday, a team from Naib Tehsildar, Supply Inspector and Lekhpal raided a quota shop in Lakhmipur over a complaint that grocery card holders were receiving less groceries than the unit. During this time, the kotdar closed the shop and fled the spot. The team sealed the store after receiving the statement from the cardholders present in the store.

In fact, the cardholders associated with the above grocery store have been complaining about giving less groceries in the past few days. The team members negotiated the grocery card holders in the store. The cardholders stated that the coter gave less ration than the unit indicated on the ration card. Five units give the registered allocation cardholders an allocation according to four units. When asked, it is said that this is done at the behest of the high officials. On the other hand, the Kotdar closed the shop and fled when he saw the officers talking to the holders of the ration cards. He called the officers and said he went to Varanasi for medication. The officers then sealed the shop and returned. In this regard, Supply Inspector Mamta Singh said the store was sealed after responding to the cardholders’ complaint. After the Kotdar arrives in Varanasi, the shop opens and the inventory is checked.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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