Ration Card Holders: Big news! Government took a big decision regarding the prices of wheat and rice, Details here

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Ration Card Holders: Government took a big decision regarding the prices of wheat and rice, Details here
Ration Card Holders: Government took a big decision regarding the prices of wheat and rice, Details here

Free Ration Scheme Latest Update: The government is making a big plan regarding the rising prices of wheat. Along with this, the government has also given a lot of information regarding the free ration scheme. Let us tell you what is the special update-


Wheat Price News: The government is making a big plan regarding the rising prices of wheat. On Wednesday, the Central Government has said that it is keeping an eye on the prices of wheat and if there is a further increase in it, then special steps will be taken to curb it. While giving information, the Union Food Secretary has said that the condition of wheat and rice is quite comfortable at this time and is much above the buffer requirements of the government.

Rates increased by 7 percent after the ban
On the one hand, there is a rise in the prices of wheat. At the same time, there is stability in the prices of rice. After the ban on wheat prices in the month of May, there was an increase of about 7 percent in retail prices. Apart from this, there has been an increase of about 4 to 5 percent in the MSP price. The decision to ban the export of wheat was taken by the Central Government to promote domestic supply.

Edible oil will also be cheaper
Apart from this, if we talk about the prices of edible oil, then a decline can also be seen in them. If the fall in oil prices dominates in the international market, then it is believed that there is a possibility of a decrease in oil prices in the domestic market as well.

Will the free ration scheme increase?
Apart from this, on free ration, the minister has said that if the government decides to extend this scheme at the appropriate time, then it will be extended to the general public and the government has sufficient stock.