Food Security Act in Sleep Mode – Economic and Political Weekly

The National Food Security Act, 2013, which promised subsidised food grains to 75% of the rural and 50% of the urban population of our country, is not catching attention any more as the state governments and the union government are silently postponing its implementation citing political differences. This article by Dr C K Mathew glances through the key elements of the act once again and takes us back to the almost forgotten debates around it.

Vol no 50 Issue no 43 EPW РFood Security Act in Sleep Mode 

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