Delhi government has changed the plan to distribute mid-day meal in government schools.
Delhi: Delhi government has made a change in the plan to distribute mid-day meal in government schools. Due to the closure of the school in Delhi due to the corona, the government was transferring money from the month of March to the accounts of the students’ parents instead of the mid-day meal.
According to the Kejriwal government, about 8 lakh school students will be distributed ration kits throughout Delhi. On Tuesday, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal along with Education Minister Manish Sisodia arrived to distribute mid-day meal ration kit at the Government Sarvodaya Vidyalaya, Mandavali.
According to the information, a total of 20 kg of grains (wheat, rice, pulses) and oil will be available in this ration kit for the primary class.
At the same time, 30 kg ration (wheat, rice, pulses) and oil will be available for the upper primary. This scheme will remain in force for the next 6 months and a 6-month ration kit is being given simultaneously.
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