Delhi Atal Jan Aahar Yojana 2021 to provide plateful of food for Rs. 15 resumes in Delhi. The South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC) approved a proposal to start one full plate food scheme for Rs. 15 on 22 March 2021. The standing committee of the SDMC proposed a plan to restart Atal Aahar Yojna which was initially launched in 2017. As per the official reports, the full plate food scheme for poor people by SDMC will be re-modelled. In this article, we will tell you about the complete details of the Delhi Atal Aahar Yojana.
Delhi Atal Aahar Yojana 2021 (Update As on 22 March 2021)
As per the municipal corporation plans, people will get a thali (food plate) at a subsidised rate of Rs. 15 per plate. The South Delhi Municipal Corporation had started a food project with 5 kiosks but it was put on halt amid COVID-19 lockdown last year. As per the reports, nearly 40 kiosks will be established at different places in south Delhi. The civic body has planned to relaunch the project which began in 2018-19.
Kiosks with Inbuilt Kitchen Mobile Vans to be Started
Under Atal Aahar Yojna, lower-income group people will be at the centre of the project as due to financial constraints, they mostly partake of unhygienic food which risks their health. As per the stated proposal, 10 kiosks with inbuilt kitchen mobile vans (IKMV) will be placed in each of the four zones initially. The standing committee proposal also reflected that depending upon the requirement it’ll increase or decrease the number of kiosks in each zone.
The maximum rate for breakfast would be Rs. 10 and lunch would Rs. 15. The menu will include puri and stuffed paratha in breakfast and rice, dal, raita, and roti in lunch. The state govt. also added that no chairs will be allowed at these kiosks because it’ll create an obstruction for pedestrians. As per the report, the outlets will sell breakfast from 8 to 11 am and lunch from 12 noon to 3 pm.
Atal Jan Aahar Yojana to Provide Meal @ Rs. 10 for Poor People (Update As on 27 December 2017)
South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC) launches Atal Jan Aahar Yojana for poor people. Subsequently, people from the economically weaker sections can now buy meals (lunch) at just Rs. 10 from the booths of the civil bodies. Delhi govt. has started this scheme to provide nutritious meals to the needy people in a phase wise manner.
In the initial phase, the state govt. has started this scheme at 5 locations in the areas of South Delhi. All the citizens can avail this scheme and buy lunch in just Rs. 10 from 11 a.m to 2 p.m. The state govt. has launched this scheme on the birth anniversary of Atal Bihari Vajpayee to fulfill its pre-election promise. This scheme will cover people from different backgrounds – corporate officials, mechanics, autorickshaw drivers, rickshaw pullers and all other hungry people.
Menu of Atal Jan Aahaar Yojana
Citizens can buy lunch from the stalls of the civic bodies which includes the following dishes:-
SDMC is going to provide these subsidized lunches to all sections of the society. Moreover, govt. will lay special emphasis on the quality of the meals given to the people.
Launch of Atal Jan Aahar Yojana
The Atal Jan Aahar Yojana is launched while celebrating Good Governance Day on the occasion of birthday of PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee. SDMC is going to implement this scheme in phase wise manner. Afterwards, govt. will expand this scheme to cover more citizens. For this, SDMC will open more number of centers in Delhi in addition to the extension of timings to cover the dinner as well. Furthermore, NDMC also launches a pilot project on the same lines of this scheme in Shalimar Bagh, Delhi.
For more details, visit the official website at https://mcdonline.nic.in/