Under the scheme, 358 kitchens in 213 urban localities will be operationalised wherein people will get food for ₹8.
While talking to media here, Gehlot said that it is another step towards realising the resolve of Rajasthan government's 'no hunger no sleep.'
"We are going to start 'Indira Rasoi Yojana' in the urban areas of the state from August 20. Under this, we will provide nutritious food for just ₹8 to the needy and poor. It is another step towards realising the Rajasthan government's resolve of 'no hunger no sleep," he said.
The state government will spend ₹100 ...
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