Rajasthan chief minister Ashok Gehlot
JAIPUR: Rajasthan chief minister Ashok Gehlot will on Thursday launching the’Indira Rasoi Yojana’ to supply quality nutritious food into the bad in only Rs 8. The strategy will be rolled into 213 urban regional bodies of the country, including 10 places each in the state capital’s Jaipur municipal company larger and legacy region.
Jaipur district collector Antar Singh Nehra stated that the plan will also begin in 12 municipalities of Jaipur district in Thursday.
The ministry will start the scheme via video conferencing out of his home with all ministers linking the convention from their offices or houses.
Under the strategy, refreshing and nutritious meals will be supplied at Rs 8 per plate. It will have 100 gms of pulses, 100 gms of veggies, 250 gms chapatti along with pickles. The menu could be changed in accordance with the neighborhood requirement advocated by the district-level committees.
The meals is going to be made available out of 8. 30 am until 1 pm and 5 pm to 8 pm.
The state authorities provides grant of Rs 12 per plate and also for that particular Rs 100 crore yearly has been suggested in the funding. District-level committees will assess food quality from time to time and complaints could be lodged with hunters.
People or associations can offer monetary help to CM Relief Fund or in district collector offices with this particular scheme.