The Indian government announced lockdown corona infect. One Nation One Ration Card scheme

The government’s proposal for ‘one nation one ration card’ is a longstanding need for migrant labourers across the country. The proposed measure will provide workers not only with monthly food entitlements wherever they are living for work, but also improve their nutritional status.
The government think many people have no food so the government give free food to all poor people..but some people have other states ratios card so government send one nation one ratios card scheme going to be fully implemented from June 1 for ration cards across the country. The advantage of this scheme is that the card made in any state are often wont to buy rations in another state also . it’ll benefit the poor tons . card holders will get five kg of rice at Rs 3 per kg and wheat at Rs 2 per kg. the cardboard are going to be issued in two languages, local language and Hindi or English.

One Nation One Ration Card Scheme Gujarat Detail And Feature [વન નેશન વન રેશનકાર્ડ યોજના ગુજરાત રાજય]

One Nation One Ration Card Scheme Gujarat Advantages And Feature

  1. – the most important beneficiaries of the scheme are going to be the poor.
  2. – Tourists shifting from one place to a different will get benefit
  3. – Fake card are often prevented
  4. – All ration cards are going to be linked with Aadhaar card and distribution of foodgrains through point of sale machine (Point of Sale, PoS) are going to be started soon.
  5. – 85% of Aadhaar cards are connected to point of sale machine.
  6. – 100 per cent POS machines are installed in 22 states.
One Nation One Ration Card Scheme Gujarat Detail And Feature [વન નેશન વન રેશનકાર્ડ યોજના ગુજરાત રાજય]

What is the entire scheme One Nation One Ration Card

Through this scheme the overall public will not be closed with any PDS shop and reliance on shop owners are going to be reduced and corruption are going to be reduced. With this scheme, the govt will facilitate full portability by creating a central repository for all Rashcards and linking them to Aadhaar. it’ll make it easier for people as they’re going to not be compelled to buy with anybody ration shop.In Which States Is It Applicable? One Nation One Ration Card Scheme Gujarat
Importantly, 17 states in the country, including Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, have implemented ration card portability. Its implementers include Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Haryana, Rajasthan, Karnataka, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Goa, Jharkhand and Tripura.
One Nation One Ration Card Scheme Gujarat
Under this scheme, PoS (Point of Sale) machine are going to be installed at PDS (Public Distribution System) shops. Beneficiaries of PDS under this scheme are going to be identified through Electronic Point of Sale (PoS) on their Aadhaar card. they’re going to be included within the ‘One Nation, One Ration Card’ scheme as soon because the state notifies the PoS machines installed in the least PDS shops. The scheme was launched on August 9 last year. the primary four states were Maharashtra, Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. At the time the scheme was named card Portability. the govt was then performing on an idea to implement them in other states.

The One Nation-One Card scheme will benefit the poor the foremost . Tourists shifting from one place to a different will benefit. Fake ration cards are often prevented. All ration cards are going to be linked with Aadhaar card and distribution of foodgrains through point of sale machine (Point of Sale, PoS) are going to be started soon. Eighty-five percent of Aadhaar cards are connected to point-of-sale machines. 100 per cent POS machines are installed in 22 states.

Record-keeping by hand is back at this “automated” fair price shop in Bangur, a dense Kolkata suburb, ever since its electronic point-of-sale (ePoS) machine broke down and had to be sent for repair.

Keeping an eye on the weighing scale while giving beneficiaries their quotas of gom (wheat) and chaal (rice), Lakshmi Kant Aich, who has been running the ration shop for decades, is making notes about the transactions on a booklet.

However, the absence of an ePoS device is slowing down the process. One beneficiary, Sanat Kumar Saha, is here to link his Aadhaar to his ration card through a biometric verification facility on the device. He goes back disappointed.

Aich says though the government has made ePoS machines mandatory, dealers are facing poor connectivity and frequent device breakdowns.

His shop is one of the 17,157 automated fair price shops in West Bengal with an electronic recordkeeping and point-of-sale device, while the remaining 3,649 shops have yet to be automated.
The challenge for migrant workers to buy ration may change if the food and public distribution ministry’s One Nation One Ration Card scheme to make ration cards portable gets going, with biometric verification and ePoS machines acting as the lynchpins. Under this initiative, which is expcted to be rolled out across India by the next financial year, any migrant ration card holder will be able to buy subsidised foodgrain from any fair price shop in India without the need to obtain a new ration card for the new location. This will reform the current rule under which a beneficiary could buy ration only from a nearby shop linked to the ration card.

To make it possible for migrant workers to get ration from any depot in the country, the government has introduced the ‘one nation, one ration card’ concept, by enabling national portability on ration cards. The move, Nirmala Sitharaman said, is an effort in leveraging tech-driven systems, which was one of the five pillars outlined by Narendra Modi to make India a self-reliant economic powerhouse. ‘One nation, One ration card’ scheme is expected to benefit about 67 crore beneficiaries of 23 Indian states by August. While work is done to already cover 83% of the PDS-population under ‘one nation, one ration card’, the government plans to complete it by March 2021.

Evarlier, Nandan Nilekani had written to the government to use Aadhar or UID (unique identification) to plug the leakages in the PDS (public distribution system), and said that all fair price shops must be digitally connected. The government has further announced that those migrant workers who do not have either a central or state PDS card, will get five kilogram of grains per person and 1 kilogram of ‘chana’ for two months. “By March 2021, 100% coverage under ‘One Nation One Ration Card’ will be done,” FM Nirmala Sitharaman said in her second media briefing in a week

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