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10 hours ago, Rajakeeyam said:

Govt supplying for 800 million registered people and even extended the scheme till Oct. Migrants who are in need can self register, and  ~7 million did last month, why do you think all migrants would want it, some might be already registered and some might not need it, and some might need it but not aware, so no body has data that’s why govt allocated more so that no body is left behind, and it is mentioned in the article, anthe gani govt allocated so that is the absolute no. ani kadhu.

NFSA list was from 2011 ante meaning enti? It was based on 2011 census ani and who were protesting against current census study from last 1 year on streets saying ‘hum khagaz nahin dikhayenge’ and attacking census workers?🤗

It seems one nation one ration card program could be facing many hurdles,

- ePoS (electronics point of sale) is the key to this scheme and ePoS is not working in the remote areas due to connectivity issues. 

- Of the 8 lakh metric tonnes (for 8 crore registered migrants), only 2.46 lakh metric tonnes were distributed. Here states might have failed to distribute, and in a desperation migrants marched back home.

- Public distribution system did not link aadhar card with ration. With out this migrants may not use this use scheme in other states.

- It seems some states want their own scheme as they want to take advantage and do not want to integrate into a central scheme.

So a proper planning and execution may be required so that majority of the poor people are benefited. 

 

Coming to the census study, instead of considering it as a religious issue, I think it reflects the confidence people have in the ruling party. Just the opposition parties are taking advantage out of it.

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4 minutes ago, kurnool NTR said:

It seems one nation one ration card program could be facing many hurdles,

- ePoS (electronics point of sale) is the key to this scheme and ePoS is not working in the remote areas due to connectivity issues. 

- Of the 8 lakh metric tonnes (for 8 crore registered migrants), only 2.46 lakh metric tonnes were distributed. Here states might have failed to distribute, and in a desperation migrants marched back home.

- Public distribution system did not link aadhar card with ration. With out this migrants may not use this use scheme in other states.

- It seems some states want their own scheme as they want to take advantage and do not want to integrate into a central scheme.

So a proper planning and execution may be required so that majority of the poor people are benefited. 

 

Coming to the census study, instead of considering it as a religious issue, I think it reflects the confidence people have in the ruling party. Just the opposition parties are taking advantage out of it.

Partly agree with above points except last line, confidence of people comedy ga undhi le baasu, just few months after election, everyone knows organised by religious orgs and opposition parties, opposition doesn't want this to happen as more people will get benefits and go to Modi fold, religious orgs recent setbacks tho waiting for an opportunity for let-off time ki idhi dorikindhi, initially there was no hadavidi, following Assam who had a genuine case, gave them confidence that they can do it as well and slowly started organising nationwide.

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7 minutes ago, Rajakeeyam said:

Partly agree with above points except last line, confidence of people comedy ga undhi le baasu, just few months after election, everyone knows organised by religious orgs and opposition parties, opposition doesn't want this to happen as more people will get benefits and go to Modi fold, religious orgs recent setbacks tho waiting for an opportunity for let-off time ki idhi dorikindhi, initially there was no hadavidi, following Assam who had a genuine case, gave them confidence that they can do it as well and slowly started organising nationwide.

Are not those religious people part of India? Are they not counted in census? It seems the meaning of democracy is changed in India. 

Like it or not, they are the part of the country and a leader has to find an amicable way to establish harmony and build confidence. If BJP were in the opposition, they would had done a similar act of religious gatherings (consisting of extremists). Political parties only do politics.

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1 minute ago, kurnool NTR said:

Are not those religious people part of India? Are they not counted in census? It seems the meaning of democracy is changed in India. 

Like it or not, they are the part of the country and a leader has to find an amicable way to establish harmony and build confidence. If BJP were in the opposition, they would had done a similar act of religious gatherings (consisting of extremists). Political parties only do politics.

Did I say they are not part of India? As I said they are influenced by religious orgs who needed a let off. Malli vellani cover cheyataniki hypothetical assumptions enthukulendi.

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13 minutes ago, rama123 said:

PDS linked with aadhar

That is a good thing. Read in recent articles that many shop owners could not do biometric verification because of the connectivity issues. So for now they are maintaining a handwritten book. 

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Cancelled ration cards deprived Telangana’s poor of food rations amid lockdown

“When none of our fingerprints were recognised by the machine at our local ration shop, we realised that our ration card was not operational,” Ali Bin Hussain, a 34-year-old resident of Hyderabad, told me over the phone on 4 August. Hussain first faced this problem in early 2019, when none of his family’s fingerprints were recognised by an electronic point-of-sale device—called an ePos device—at their local fair-price shop in the Kala Pathar locality of Hyderabad’s old city. The family’s ration card, issued in 2006, was registered in the name of Fatima Begum, Hussain’s mother, and after repeated attempts by the family of six to draw rations in 2019, the dealer announced that the ration card had been cancelled. “All of us tried, but none of our fingerprints worked,” Hussain said. “I’ve been to the civil supplies corporation office repeatedly since then to try to get it activated or get a fresh card.” His family’s struggle to access food was exacerbated during the lockdown. “We were unable to get subsidised food from the fair price shop and survived on food that was distributed in our area,” he said. Hussain was not sure if the distribution was carried out by government agencies or private charities.

Hussain’s family’s plight is not an isolated case. The government of Telangana deactivated the ration cards of several lakh people over the last six years. It is unclear whether they were able to access subsidised food during the pandemic. 

https://caravanmagazine.in/government/cancelled-ration-cards-deprived-telanganas-poor-of-food-rations-amid-lockdown

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