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Ration depot holders are on strike from today, demanding restoration of old rules… – Bollywood Keeda

Chandigarh. Ration depot operators of the state will go on indefinite strike from January 1 regarding their demands. Off Fair Price Shop Dealers Federation Haryana has supported this nationwide strike. Off Fair Price Shop Dealers Federation, Haryana has also supported the nationwide strike of depot holders from January 1st.

Depot holders of Haryana are hurt by the new rules issued by the government on August 1, 2022. They say that the new rules will violate their interests and rights. Although the government has increased the margin money by Rs 200 per quintal, this decision has increased the possibility of increasing snatching of ration depots and card holders. Read More – Monalisa shared photo in olive color swimsuit, showed charming looks at the age of 41…

The depot holders of Haryana are upset with the new rules issued by the government in August 2022 and are demanding their change. Ration depot holders warned that their strike will continue until their demands are met. Read More – Thursday of Aghan: Welcome Goddess Lakshmi with 15 beautiful Alpana Rangoli designs…

State President of the Federation, Sheeshpal Godara said that in the new rules, the government has increased the margin money by Rs 200 per quintal, but has decided to give license of one depot on 300 ration cards. Earlier, ration depot license was given on 600 to 1200 ration cards, but now the number of cards has been reduced to half. Executive President Rambir, General Secretary Rajbir Singh Nain, Treasurer Rajendra Sharma said that this will reduce the income of depot holders. Apart from this, the age limit of 60 years has also been fixed, it should be removed.

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