A food security regulation of about 1.30 lakh ration card holders has been identified in the district under which 5.50 lakh beneficiaries will be provided ration on nominal rates. This was stated by deputy commissioner Nikhil Gajraj during a night halt administrative camp at Bargat Jatan village of the district on Thursday.
He said that about 60% of the total population of the district would be covered under the scheme. In order to complete the work of issuing temporary ration cards, the work was being processed at last phase and likely to be completed till November 30.
Gajraj said that under the scheme about 317 families had been identified so far as the villages consisting of two ration depots.
The deputy commissioner urged the people to change their mindset towards saving the girl child.
On the occasion, the deputy commissioner disposed of 76 complaints of the villagers and directed the officers concerned to look into the matter with time-bound action.