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Antyodaya Anna Yojana (AAY)
On December 25th 2000, Hon'ble Indian Prime Minister initiated the Antyodaya Anna yojana. This proposal imitate the promise of the Indian Government to guarantee food safety for all to make a hunger liberated India in the coming 5 years & to change and develop the Public Distribution scheme to supply the poorest of the poor in urban & rural regions. Antyodya Anna Yojana is mainly preserved for the poorest of the poor. It is predicted that five percent of inhabitants are incapable to have 2 square foods everyday on a secondary stained basis all through the year. Buying power of these is so little that even at BPL tariff they cannot purchase food grains all around the year. It is this five percent of the population (five crores of persons or one crore families) that makes the aimed collection of Antyodaya Anna Yojana.
Scale And Issue Price
Antyodaya Anna Yojana considers recognition of 1 crore families from the BPL families that will be given food granules at the tariff of thirty five Rs for each Kg for each family every month. The food granules will be given by the Indian Government at the rate of Rs. two for every one Kg for wheat & Rs. three for every one Kg of rice. The Indian Government proposes that in sight of miserable poverty of this cluster of recipients, the State Government can guarantee that last retail cost is kept at Rs. two for one Kg for wheat & Rs. three for one Kg. for rice.
Issue of Ration Cards
Following the recognition of Antyodaya families, unique quota cards to be recognized an "Antyodaya Ration Card" must be given to the Antyodaya families by the chosen power. These ration card must be having the required details regarding the Antyodaya family, level of ration etc.