Hyderabad: Rejected distribution card-holders require enrollments anew
Hyderabad: As there is no correct info when the enrollment procedure for brand-new distribution cards will certainly begin, several have actually been robbed of them. Vexed with the lengthy pending problems, a couple of denied cards-holders as well as social lobbyists sent a depiction to the Civil Supplies division on Monday to begin the enrollment procedure as well as likewise to expand the advantages of numerous well-being plans to those holding food security cards.
S Q Masood a social lobbyist stated, “We are vexed of sending representations to the Civil Supplies department to start registration for new ration cards. Due to the Covid pandemic several breadwinners of families expired. Many families were struck by poverty and fell below the poverty line. They have been facing severe hardships after their plea for ration cards got rejected.”
“Records show nearly 106,818 requests for ration cards were rejected in July last year without any field inspection. For the past one year the rejected card-holders have been waiting for registration of new cards to start, but no concrete measures have been taken. It will be better, along with new cards, if the State government extends various welfare schemes to ration card-holders.”
According to R Ravi, whose candidate for distribution card obtained denied, “since 2014 the government stopped white ration cards. Instead, it issued only food security and additional food security cards to applicants. Due to that we have been deprived of many social schemes. Also, we are vexed of visiting CRO regularly to know when the registration for new ration cards will begin and also to include welfare scheme in ration cards.”
B Kasthuri of Asifnagar stated,”When ration cards were given by the government, our application was rejected without any information and reason. We are eligible for the card, but the government did not consider my request. Without information my ration card plea got rejected. Due to that, we are deprived of various social schemes. Vexed with the long delay we have submitted a representation to the Chief Rationing Officer.”