Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Thursday launched the Indira Rasoi scheme that can present poor and needy individuals with nutritious and high quality meals at ₹eight per plate in city areas.
The Chief Minister inaugurated the scheme just about on former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi’s beginning anniversary and likewise took suggestions from beneficiaries by video conferencing.
Although every plate will likely be priced at ₹20, the State authorities will grant subsidy of ₹12 per plate with an estimated expenditure of ₹100 crore yearly.
As a part of the scheme, 100 grams of pulses, 100 grams of greens, 250 grams of chapati and pickles per plate will likely be supplied to individuals in 358 Indira Rasois (kitchens) which have been arrange in 213 city native our bodies throughout the State.
The scheme targets to serve meals to 1.34 lakh individuals per day within the State.
Talking on the event, the Chief Minister stated that the scheme is one other step in direction of his resolve to make sure nobody goes hungry within the state.
City Growth Minister Shanti Dhariwal, PCC president and Training Minister Govind Singh Dotasra and senior officers have been current on the event.