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Draft a circular from the Government of Rajasthan, Department of civil Supplies, addressed to all District supply officers advising the steps to be taken for proper distribution of essential commodities from fair price shop

Draft a circular from the Government of Rajasthan, Department of civil Supplies, addressed to all District supply officers advising the steps to be taken for proper distribution of essential commodities from fair price shop

Government of Rajasthan

Secretary, Department Civil Supplies, Jaipur

Circular Ref: Civil Sup/26/2015 date: ………..

Sub: Distribution of essential commodities through fair- price shops.

For: All District supply Officers

 

 It has come to the notice of the Government that some fair-price shop dealers are not making a proper distribution of the essential commodities; instead they are sealing the commodities in open market. In rural areas specially, the shops remain closed or the commodities are not distributed to all the people that frustrates the aim and objectives of opening these fair price shops.

People are facing great problems in getting the commodities from these shops. The matter was discussed in a meeting presided over by the Minister for civil supplies and a very serious view of the situation was taken. I, therefore advised you to make all out efforts to make the supply regular in a proper manner. You are also being advised to implement the following measures agreed upon in the meeting.

  • The enforcement inspectors should visit personally all the fair price shops and should also meet the Panch or the Sarpanch of the villages. Not only this, reports and views of the general people should also be taken and noted in their daily diary to ascertain the factual position.
  • The DSOs should also make a point to visit at least 15 fair price shops in a month and verify the daily diary of the enforcement inspectors invariably. Out of the 15 fair price shops, 10 must be located in rural areas.
  • Action, including the suspension of license of the dealer of the fair price shop, should be resorted to, in the first instance. In a second instance, if any, the dealer of the fair price shop must be terminated and legal action should also be initiated in accordance with the advice of the legal cell.
  • Periodical inspection report and the visit reports are to be submitted to my office on monthly basis.

Intimate compliance to the undersigned within seven days.

 

S K Mahajan

Secretary Civil Supplies

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