DC Dimapur notifies on supply of foodgrains
Dimapur, April 21: In pursuance to the Government of India, Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution letter, Deputy Commissioner of Dimapur Anoop Khinchi has granted permission for supply of foodgrains under OMSS to charitable/non-governmental organizations etc engaged in relief operations/running relief camps for migrant labourers/vulnerable groups due to the present lockdown condition.
In an order, the DC said the foodgrain would be supplied at a uniform rate of Rs 21 per kg for wheat and Rs 22 per kg for rice and there will be no upper limit for allocation of foodgrain to each such organization from any FCI depot. It was also informed that whoever wants to avail the scheme can apply through the office of the Deputy Commissioner Dimapur.
In another order the DC Dimapur Anoop Khinchi has informed all Administrative Heads of department, Heads of Department and Heads of Offices of the department in the district to be in their respective headquarters from April 21.
In case of any AHoD/HoD/Head of Offices in the district presently not in his/her respective headquarters have been informed to immediately contact the respective Deputy Commissioner and obtain necessary passes/clearance for proceeding towards his/her headquarters.
Meanwhile, DC Dimapur, Anoop Khinchi has directed the Assistant Director of Supply, Dimapur and District technical team to ensure that the additional food grains under PMGKAY is issued/distributed by the FPS to the targeted group (PHH & AAY beneficiaries) through ePOS device without fail and to be alerted immediately in case of technical problem, the System Integrator (Integra) & NIC Dimapur.
Stating that the distribution of additional door grains @5kg/beneficiary/month Free of Cost under PMGKAY Scheme is meant for members of AAY and PHH Ration Card Holders, DC in an official letter addressed to Assistant Director of Supply, maintained that there is clear directive from the Ministry of Consumer Affairs & Public Distribution, New Delhi that all states to ensure the food grains are distributed through ePOS devices and details of each and every transaction should be reflected at Annavitran Portal.
The DC further cautioned that any laxity in the following directives will be viewed seriously and action as deemed fit will be taken without any further notice. (Page News Service)