Bhopal News: A plate will be given for 10 rupees under Deendayal Antyodaya Rasoi Yojana. Bread, seasonal vegetables, lentils and rice will be given in it. These kitchens have been opened near the city bus stand, railway station, district hospital.
These kitchen centers will be opened in 52 district headquarters and 6 religious cities Maihar, Omkareshwar, Maheshwar, Amarkantak, Orchha and Chitrakoot by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan on 26 February. Urban Development and Housing Minister Bhupendra Singh and Minister of State for Urban Development and Housing O.P.S. Bhadoria will also address.
On this occasion, CM Shivraj will also inaugurate the portal made for monitoring the kitchen scheme. The portal will have complete information about kitchen centers, online kitchen centers and facilities for donating to urban bodies, and how many people were given food from this cook every day. The portal also has a dashboard, which will enable better review of the plan. All the kitchen centers of the scheme have also been tagged on Google Map. With this, ordinary citizens will be able to find kitchen centers easily.
When will we get food, how much will it cost
Urban Development and Housing Minister Bhupendra Singh said that the main objective of the scheme is ‘no needy plate will remain empty’. Food will be available in the kitchen center from Monday to Saturday from 10 am to 3 pm. A plate will cost 10 rupees. These kitchens have been opened near the city bus stand, railway station, district hospital. With this, the poor people of the city as well as the people coming to the city for wages from the villages will also be able to take advantage of this. Under the Deendayal Antyodaya Rasoi Yojana, roti, seasonal vegetables, pulses and rice will be given in the thali. Lump sum assistance of Rs 13 crore 36 lakh and budget of Rs 15 crore 84 lakh has been given for the establishment of kitchen centers.