Delhi Cabinet has decided to extend the city's free ration programme till September 30


Posted on 29 June 2022


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According to Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, the Delhi Cabinet has decided to extend the city's free ration programme till September 30. According to him, almost 73 lakh Delhi residents will gain from the act. In response to the coronavirus pandemic, Kejriwal claimed that his government has been providing food at no cost to around 73 lakh people since April 2020. For the past few years, the Delhi government has been giving away free food to its citizens. At nominal prices, the government provides rations through ration shops. In a later announcement, the government added that the Food and Civil Supplies department has suggested extending the programme for NFSA beneficiaries by four more months, from June to September 2022.


Key Points

  • According to Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, the Delhi Cabinet has decided to extend the city's free ration programme till September 30.

  • In a later announcement, the government added that the Food and Civil Supplies department has suggested extending the programme for NFSA beneficiaries by four more months, from June to September 2022.


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