The recent initiative by the Indian government to launch the sale of ‘Bharat’ Rice at a subsidized price of Rs. 29/kg marks a significant step towards ensuring food security and affordability for the masses. This move comes as part of the government’s commitment to the welfare of farmers and consumers alike.
‘Bharat’ Rice is readily available at both physical and mobile outlets operated by Kendriya Bhandar, National Agricultural Cooperative Marketing Federation of India (NAFED), and National Cooperative Consumers’ Federation of India (NCCF). The convenience of accessibility through mobile vans further enhances the reach of this essential commodity to remote areas.
Bharat Rice Online Booking
- Jio Mart - https://www.jiomart.com/p/groceries/bharat-rice-10-kg-bag/607768140
- NafedBazaar - https://www.nafedbazaar.com/
- Pincode App - https://refer.pincode.com/r4g4wemu
- Any ONDC Supported App (like Paytm)
Apart from ‘Bharat’ Rice, the government is extending its support by providing other essential commodities such as Bharat Atta, Bharat Dal, onion, sugar, and oil at affordable prices.
A1: The introduction of ‘Bharat’ Rice at a subsidized price of Rs. 29/kg ensures affordability and accessibility for consumers across various socio-economic strata.
A2: The government intervenes by procuring essential food commodities directly from farmers and subsequently distributing them to consumers at subsidized rates, thereby ensuring stability in prices and safeguarding the interests of both producers and consumers.
A3: In addition to ‘Bharat’ Rice, the government is extending its support by providing Bharat Atta, Bharat Dal, onion, sugar, and oil at affordable prices, thus addressing the diverse nutritional needs of the populace.