Mukhaya Mantri Anna Suraksha Yojan

Mukhaya-Mantri-Anna-Suraksha-Yojan-rajasthanRajasthan Govt. scheme - Mukhaya Mantri Anna Suraksha Yojan Efforts to Control Prices 

  • Under the Mukhya Mantri Anna Surksha Yojana. it is being ensured that 36 lakh poor families get 25 Kg. of wheat every month at the rate of Rs. 2 per Kg. If the family desires fortified flour (with Iron, Folic Acid and Vitamin B12), instead of wheat, then the same is provided at Rs. 3.60 per Kg. An annual subsidy to the tune of Rs. 350 crores is being provided for the Scheme.
  • Upto 10 Kg. fortified flour is being provided the APL families at the rate of Rs. 8.10 per Kg. in 10 districts and Rs. 8.60 per Kg. in the remaining districts of the State.
  • In the Jaipur and Jodhpur districts, where sufficient number of flour mills are in operational, fortified flour is being provided at all the places in these districts. hile in the remaining districts, the same is being provided at the district headquarters, sub divisional headquarters, municipality and panchayat samiti headquarters.


  • Tea at the rate of Rs. 140 per Kg. is being also made available at all the fair price shops, dairy booths and consumer stores in the State.
  • Ration is being distributed with complete transparency in the presence of government employees at the fair price shops between 22nd - 28th of every month.
  • The Rajasthan State Food and Civil Supplies Corporation has been constituted and has started functioning. It is supplying items to the consumers through the Public Distribution System (PDS) at cheaper rates than the market.
  • Wheat, rice, pulses, grain, wheat flour, fortified wheat flour, chowkar, maida, suji and all types of kerosene have been exempted from VAT, thus providing relief in tune of Rs. 300 crores to the public.
  • The subsidy of Rs. 25 per cylinder is being provided on the domestic LPG. Rs.125 crore subsidy is being provided by the State Government on 5 crore cylinders being sold in the State every year.
  • Similarly, concession of 54 paisa per litre on the increased rate of diesel is being provided by the State government, which has provided a relief of Rs. 250 crore to the public.