jharkhand guruji kitchen scheme 2022 to Replace Mukhyamantri Dal Bhat Yojana, food (meal) at Rs. 5 per plate, hungry poor people to get rice, pulses, grams, soya chunks, vegetables, check details here
Jharkhand Guruji Kitchen Scheme 2022
Jharkhand government has announced to start Guruji Rasoi Yojana on 3rd March 2021. The Finance Minister of the state praised the previous government for the Mukhyamantri Dal Bhaat Yojana and to take this initiative forward, “Guruji Rasoi Yojana” will be prepared.
Presenting the Jharkhand Budget 2021, FM Rameshwar Oraon has announced the launch of Guruji Rasoi Yojana. In this scheme, the government will provide food to the poor people for Rs.
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Guruji Rasoi to replace Mukhyamantri Dal Bhaat Yojana
Jharkhand Mukhyamantri Dal Bhaat Yojana was an initiative to provide nutritious food to the people of the state. Now the state government has announced to change the name of Dal Bhaat Yojana to Guruji Rasoi Yojana. This new name comes from Shibu Soren, the father of CM Hemant Soren, whose JMM party supporters call him as Guruji.
The Finance Minister mentioned that a few years back, he had visited Mukhyamantri Dal Bhaat Kendras in remote places of Gumla and Lohardaga districts. He himself had food at these centers once or twice. They served rice, dal and vegetables. The quality of the food was good and hence, the Jharkhand government decided to strengthen the earlier dal scheme.
Inauguration of more Guruji Rasoi Kendras in Jharkhand
Jharkhand state government will now open more centers in the name of Guruji Rasoi. At present, there are 377 Dal Bhaat Kendras in 24 districts of the state. Of these, 11 Dal Bhaat Kendras operate as night centres. While the existing centers will remain in place, the Jharkhand government, through the new scheme, will increase its numbers and strengthen the infrastructure and improve the sanitation of the existing ones.
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Implementation of Guruji Rasoi Yojana
These Mukhyamantri Dal Bharat Kendras are run by Self Help Groups which provide food to the following people:-
- soya chunks
Under Mukhyamantri Dal Bhaat Yojana the cost per plate is Rs.5. The food will be served for Rs 5 in the same way as in Guruji Rasoi Yojana, but the nutritive value of the food will be improved. The state government supplies rice to these self-help groups at Re 1 per kg, while the district administration procures pulses, fuel and other items through tenders. These centers usually feed between 50 and 200 people each day.
Launch date for Guruji Rasoi Yojana
As per reports on the formal launch date of Guruji Rasoi, it is expected to launch in the new financial year. Shibu, an accomplished parliamentarian and former chief minister of Jharkhand, is also addressed as Dishom Guru by JMM office-bearers and their followers. Hence, the name of the existing CM Dal Bhaat Yojana has been changed to Guruji Rasoi.
Allocation of funds for Guruji Rasoi Yojana in Jharkhand
The Jharkhand State Government will use the funds allocated for Mukhyamantri Dal Bhaat Yojana for the implementation of the new Guruji Rasoi Yojana. In the financial year 2019-2020, the erstwhile Raghubar Das government had allocated Rs 70 crore for the scheme.
Launched in 2011 by former Chief Minister Arjun Munda, the scheme was strengthened during the tenure of Das (2014-2019). In urban areas, the tug of war was carried out under a plan to provide clean food at Rs 10 per plate to non-profit organizations. In 2019 polling, Raghubar Das announced to launch Mukhtantri Canteen Scheme when he comes to power.
Jharkhand Chief Minister Annapurna Yojana (10 Meal Scheme) is now closed
Earlier, the Jharkhand government under the leadership of former CM Raghubar Das had started Mukhyamantri Annapurna Yojana. This scheme was started to provide food to the poor people, which is now closed. Under this Mukhyamantri Annapurna Yojana, State Govt. He was providing fresh and full stomach food to the hungry people for just Rs.10. In the first phase, the government had started a pilot project of 10 meal scheme in Ranchi, Dumka, Jamshedpur, Dhanbad, Bokaro and Palamu, which was extended in subsequent phases. The scheme was launched to reduce the Infant Mortality Rate (IMR) and ensure proper nutrition for all, especially women and children.
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