Following the Apex court’s request, CM of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal on July 19 chose to apply the ONORC scheme in Delhi and the PMGKAY scheme also. ONORC stands for One Nation One Ration Card. This decision is in accordance with the Supreme Court of India prior order for implement of the ‘One Nation One Ration Card’ scheme across the nation by 31st of July. Every one of the recipients would get free of cost of ration in a staged way through e-PoS (Electronic Point of Sale) devices on biometric validation at all fair price shops (FPS) in the capital city.
Prior on the 14th of June, the Indian Govt had told the Court that the ONORC scheme plans to enable all National Food Security Act, (NFSA 2013) migrant recipients, to get to their food from any FPS anyplace in the nation by utilizing their current ration card with Aadhar Card. It had likewise been stated that this arrangement makes food security convenient. Commenting that the Indian Govt is focused on making adequate foods accessible to the States at profoundly subsidised costs under the ONORC scheme plans.
Central Govt stated that the scheme plan will hold over the trouble of food security during the continuous Coronavirus pandemic emergency. It further stated that the obligation of recognizable proof and issue the food to the recipients lies with the States and Union Territories. Food and Supply cabinet minister of Delhi Imran Hussain stated that “The Delhi govt had before given an entitled free cost of ration to the NFS recipients for May-June month this year.
“Presently the Govt has chosen to proceed with the distribution of the ration up to Nov month this year. Presently we have carried out an ‘ONORC’ scheme plan which will profit migrants living in the state to get free cost of ration.” In April month, the Department Of Food & Supplies of Delhi had carried out the Indian Govt’s One Nation One Ration Card scheme in Seemapuri on a pilot premise.”
21st Lieutenant Governor of Delhi Anil Baijal had dismissed the Delhi govt’s appeal for the dispatch of its doorstep delivery of ration” to an absence of freedom from the Govt and a continuous legal dispute including the plan. “On the off chance that the recipients have any complaint about the non-getting of ration, they can submit a complaint to the particular food commissioner officer and food supply inspector. They may likewise contact the helpline number 1967 and other complaint redressal entries, including Public Grievance Management System portal”.