Minister launches four subsidised food canteens


Four subsidised food canteens have been launched at Faridabad, Gurugram, Hisar and Yamunanagar under ‘Antyodaya Aahaar Yojana’ to provide healthy, nutritious and hygienic food at affordable prices of Rs 10 per meal to all poor and needy persons.


Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar stated that under the ‘Antyodaya Aahaar Yojana’, there are 23 subsidised canteens, one each at district headquarter except Gurugram and Faridabad, where two such canteens would be established.


Each food packet weighing 730 grams containing 1150 calories will have four chapattis, rice, dal, cooked seasonal vegetables, curd or raita, green chutney and gur. Each food packet would cost Rs 20 out of which Rs 10 would be shared by Labour Department.



Officers have been asked to check the food quality being served to construction workers and others on regular basis. 

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