Ration complain online: Kotedar is not giving ration, then complain here, action will be taken immediately


Free ration yojana- If Kotedar, who is also called depot holder at some places, is not giving you free ration or demands more money from you, then you can complain about it. You can complain sitting at home, on which immediate action will be taken.

new Delhi. The Center has decided to provide free ration for the next one year i.e. till December 2023 to the people covered under the National Food Security Act. In 2020, the government started the Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Anna Yojana (PM Garib Kalyan Anna Yojana) to provide free food grains to the poor. The beneficiaries of this scheme are given free 5 kg food grains per person per month. This food grain is being distributed through ration depots. Complaints are also being received about irregularities in ration distribution by depot holders or quota holders.

If the Kotedar is not giving you ration or is charging more money or is doing any other scam regarding ration, then you can complain about it. Complaint can also be made online. Along with this, complaints are also being registered through toll free numbers. Toll free numbers are different for each state.

Complain like this


online If you want to complain online, you can complain by visiting the National Food Security Portal https://nfsa.gov.in/. To make a complaint, you have to click on the Citizen Corner on the right side corner of the site. A list will open. Click on Online Grievance at the bottom of the list. After clicking on it, the list of states will open. Click on the state in which you live.

Suppose you are a resident of Haryana, then you will reach the website of Haryana Government. Here click on ‘Lodge Online Grievance’. A form will open. Fill it and submit it. Your complaint will be registered. You can also check the status of your complaint on the site itself.

Complain on these toll free numbers
Delhi 1800-110-841, Uttarakhand 1800-180-2000, 1800-180-4188, West Bengal 1800-345-5505, Rajasthan 1800-180-6127, Punjab 1800-3006-1313, Odisha 1800-345-6724, Maharashtra 1800-22-4950, Kerala 1800-425-1550, Karnataka 1800-425-9339, Jharkhand 1800-345-6598, 1800-212-5512, Himachal Pradesh 1800-180-8026, Haryana 1800 -180-2087, Gujarat 1800-233-5500, Goa 1800-233-0022, Chhattisgarh 1800-233-3663, Chandigarh 1800-180-2068, Bihar 1800-3456-194, Assam 1800-345-3611, Manipur,1800 -345-3821, Mizoram 1860-222-222-789, Telangana 1800-4250-0333, Sikkim 1800-345-3236, Kashmir 1800-800-7011, Jammu 1800-180-7106.

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