Three quota shops canceled due to irregularities discovered, bail from two confiscated

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Azamgarh. The contract letter from a total of two grocery stores in Martinganj, Sagdi and Sadar Tehsils was canceled after the irregularities in the public distribution system were discovered. On the other hand, the security amount deposited by the operators of two fair price shops in the Budhanpur Tehsil area was confiscated. So that the cardholders receive the ration on time, this was linked to the closest quota. District Utilities Commissioner Sunil Pushkar said that according to the report by Utilities Inspector Haraiya, the rules of the protocol of Kovid-19 from Brijbihari, the fair price seller of Gram Panchayat Bankata, are not being followed in the fair price shop. One to seven kg of food grain per card of the GPMGKY system. less is given. The price is also excessive. Similarly, according to the investigation report by Supply Inspector Thekma, irregularities were found in the distribution of food grain by the fair price seller Lakshiram Yadav Gram Panchayat Mirzapur. Similarly, the distribution of rations was manipulated by Shaukat Jamal, a fair price trader from the village of Amilo Saraiya in the Sathiyanv Development Block. The contract letter of the above three fair price shops was canceled and attached to the nearest quota shop. In this sequence, rules were disregarded during the inspection by Ganga Prasad, a fair price seller from Ishwarpur Pawani village of the Koyalsa Development Bloc. Notice board not found in shop. At the same time, the list of cardholders and the toll-free number was not found written. 2000 rupees were withdrawn from Kotdar’s deposit. Similarly, Saroj Kumar Rai, the fair price seller of Bhilampur Chhapra village, was also found to be negligent. There was no information board in the shop and the grains of feed were not properly cared for. If negligence was found, Rs 3000 was withheld from the security deposit deposited by Kotdar.

Azamgarh. The contract letter from a total of two grocery stores in Martinganj, Sagdi and Sadar Tehsils was canceled after the irregularities in the public distribution system were discovered. On the other hand, the security amount deposited by the operators of two fair price shops in the Budhanpur Tehsil area was confiscated. So that the cardholders receive the ration on time, this was linked to the closest quota. District Utilities Commissioner Sunil Pushkar said that according to the report by Utilities Inspector Haraiya, the rules of the protocol of Kovid-19 from Brijbihari, the fair price seller of Gram Panchayat Bankata, are not being followed in the fair price shop. One to seven kg of food grain per card of the GPMGKY system. less is given. The price is also excessive. Similarly, according to the investigation report by Supply Inspector Thekma, irregularities were found in the distribution of food grain by the fair price seller Lakshiram Yadav Gram Panchayat Mirzapur. Similarly, the distribution of rations was manipulated by Shaukat Jamal, a fair price trader from the village of Amilo Saraiya in the Sathiyanv Development Block. The contract letter of the above three fair price shops was canceled and attached to the nearest quota shop. In this sequence, rules were disregarded during the inspection by Ganga Prasad, a fair price seller from Ishwarpur Pawani village of the Koyalsa Development Bloc. Notice board not found in shop. At the same time, the list of cardholders and the toll-free number was not found written. 2000 rupees were withdrawn from Kotdar’s deposit. Similarly, Saroj Kumar Rai, the fair price seller of Bhilampur Chhapra village, has also found negligence. There was no information board in the shop and the grains of feed were not properly cared for. From the security amount deposited by the Kotedar, 3,000 rupees have expired due to negligence.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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