Ramneek Lal, a wage-earner in Bamrauli Katara, a village around Agra, has a six-member household to feed.
Following the coronavirus lockdown, the closest ration shop is his only resource of sustenance since he shed employment at a development web site in Agra town very last thirty day period.
With a clutch of papers in his hands, Ramneek Lal suggests cost-free ration is only for all those whose names are there on the ration card, furnished below the Countrywide Food Protection Act (NFSA).
“I have six users in my household, such as kids and elders, but the names of only 3 are there on the card.”
“I have got the identification specifics, such as the Aadhaar card and the bank passbooks of the users whose names are not there on the card, but the shop-owner isn’t willing to give even 1 kg more grain,” Ramneek Lal said.
“How can I feed