Meals at Rs 10; heres a municipal corporation that has opened kiosks; find out more
Could it that with elections close, the masses are gaining priority in the minds of the elected representatives.
This is because the South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC) on Monday launched a new scheme for the poor that will allow them to buy meal for Rs 10 from the civic body’s kiosks during the day.
Christened, the Atal Jan Aahar Yojana, it has been started to make a nutritious full meal accessible to the needy.
The scheme was started at kiosks in five different locations of south Delhi.
The menu offers puri, chapattis, rice, rajma, vegetables, chhole and halwa. The meal will be available for sale at Rs 10 daily from 11 am to 2 pm, according to SDMC sources.
Sehrawat said an important promise in the election manifesto is being fulfilled on the Good Governance Day celebrated on the birth anniversary of former prime minster Atal Behari Vajpayee.
Meanwhile, the NDMC also launched a pilot project on the same line from a kiosk in Shalimar Bagh. >