Rajasthan chief minister Ashok Gehlot
JAIPUR: Rajasthan chief minister Ashok Gehlot on Thursday established the Indira Rasoi strategy that will offer poor and destitute people with healthful and superior meals in Rs 8 per plate at metropolitan places.
The ministry inaugurated the plot nearly on former prime minister Rajiv Gandhi’s birth anniversary and took comments from inheritance via video conferencing.
Though every plate is going to likely be priced at Rs 20, the state authorities will grant subsidy of Rs 12 per plate having an estimated cost of Rs 100 crore each year.
Included in this strategy, 100 g of capsules, 100 g of veggies, 250 g of chapati and pickles each plate will be supplied to individuals in 358 Indira Rasois (Baths ) that have been put up in 213 urban regional bodies throughout the state.
The strategy aims to serve 1. 34 lakh individuals every day from the country.
Talking on the occasion, the chief minister stated that the strategy is just another step towards his resolve to make sure nobody goes hungry at the nation.
Urban development minister Shanti Dhariwal, PCC president and schooling minister Govind Singh Dotasra and senior officers were present on the event.