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Food Security Bill

  1. 1. HYDERABAD ANKITA SRIVASTAVA ANKITH BOHRA ANKUR PANDEY GANESH MAHARANA
  2. 2. FOOD SECURITY BILL IN INDIA
  3. 3. FOOD SECURITY MEANS :AVAILABILITY OF FOOD ACCESSIBILITY OF FOOD AFFORDABILITY OF FOOD TO ALL PEOPLE AT ALL TIMES
  4. 4. FOOD SECURITY IS ENSURED IN A COUNTRY ONLY IF :-  ENOUGH FOOD IS AVAILABLE FOR ALL THE PERSONS.  ALL PERSONS HAVE THE CAPACITY TO BUY FOOD OF ACCEPTABLE QUALITY.  THERE IS NO BARRIER ON ACCESS TO FOOD.
  5. 5. NEED FOR FOOD SECURITY : FOR THE POOR SECTION OF THE SOCIETY.  PEOPLE FREQUENTLY SUFFERING FROM NATURAL DISASTERS LIKE EARTHQUAKE, DROUGHT, FLOOD, TSUNAMI e.t.c.  PLACES WHERE CROP FAILURE DUE TO DROUGHT COMES EVERY YEAR.
  6. 6. STARVATION IF SUCH CALAMITY HAPPENS IN A VERY WIDE SPREAD AREA OR IS STRACHED OVER A LONGER PERIOD OF TIME, IT MAY CAUSE A SITUATION OF STARVATION.
  7. 7. EFFECT OF STARVATION IN INDIA  5000 CHILDREN DIE EVERYDAY IN INDIA  26 MILLION CHILDREN BORN EVERY YEAR IN INDIA, & 1.83 MILLION CHILDREN DIE BEFORE FIFTH BIRTHDAY EVERY YEAR IN INDIA.  2500 CHILDREN DIES BEFORE ONE MONTH OF BIRTH EVERYDAY.  160 WOMEN DIES IN INDIA EVERYDAY DURING PREGNANCY
  8. 8. STARVATIONS DEATHS HAVE ALSO BEEN REPORTED IN : KALAHANDI & KASHIPUR IN ODISHA.  BARAN DISTRICT IN RAJASTAN.  PALAMU DISTRICT IN JHARKHAND & MANY OTHER REMOTE AREAS DURING THE RECENT YEARS.
  9. 9. FAMINE A MASSIVE STARVATION MIGTH TAKE A TURN OF FAMINE. A FAMINE IS CHARACTERISED BY 1.WIDESPREAD DEATHS & 2.EPIDEMICS
  10. 10. FAMINES DEATHS IN INDIA  IN THE YEAR 1943, 1.5 MILLION TO 3 MILLION PEOPLE DIED DUE TO FAMINE IN BENGAL.  IN THE YEAR 1966, 2353 PEOPLE DIED DUE TO FAMINE IN BIHAR.  IN THE YEAR 1972, 25 MILLION PEOPLE WERE SUFFERED DUE TO DROUGHT IN MAHARASTRA.
  11. 11. FOOD INSECURE GROUP WORST AFFECTED GROUPS : LANDLESS PEOPLE  TRADITIONAL SERVICE PROVIDERS  PETTY SELF-EMPLOYED WORKERS  HOMELESS, BEGGARS e.t.c  CASUAL LABOURERS  SC, ST, OBCs  WOMEN & CHILDREN  MIGRANTS ( AS A RESULT OF NATURAL DISASTERS)
  12. 12. STATES FACING PROBLEM OF FOOD INSECURITY  UTTAR PRADESH,  BIHAR,  JHARKHAND,  ODISHA,  WEST BENGAL,  CHATTISGARH,  MADHYA PRADESH &  MAHARASTRA
  13. 13. INDIA’S ATTEMPTS AT ATTAINING FOOD SECURITY GREEN REVOLUTION : FOODGRAIN PRODUCTION HIGHEST GROWTH PUNJAB & LOW GROWTH MAHARASTRA, HARYANA MADHYA PRADESH TAMIL NADU & BIHAR, ODISHA ANDHRA PRADESH & THE N-E STATES
  14. 14. HOW THE PUBLIC DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM WORKS FARMER OR PRODUCERS GRAINS F.C.I (MAINTAINS BUFFER STOCK) FAIR PRICE SHOPS MSP C.I.P DISTRIBUTION GRAINS CENTRAL ISSUE PRICE STATES ALLOCATION GRAINS
  15. 15. FOOD SECURITY BILL - 2013  THIS WAS RECENTLY PASSED AS AN ORDINANCE BY THE UNION CABINATE.  THIS BILL AIMS TO PROVIDE 5KG OF FOOD GRAINS PER PERSON PER MONTH AT SUBSIDISED PRICE FROM THE STATE GOVERNMENT.  THE ELIGIBLE HOUSEHOLDS WILL BE ENTITLED TO FOOD GRAINS AT A SUBSIDISED PRICE NOT EXCEEDING Rs. 3 PER KG FOR RICE, Rs. 2 KG FOR WHEAT & Rs. 1 PER KG FOR COARSE GRAIN.
  16. 16. IMPORTANT DATES OF FOOD BILL 9-6-11 :- FOOD MINISTRY PREPARED NEW FOOD SECURITY BILL IN LINE WITH NAC’S RECOMMENDATION. 21-12-11 : THE UNION CABINET OF INDIA APPROVED NATIONAL FOOD SECURITY BILL. 21-3-13 :- UNION CABINET CLEARED NATIONAL FOOD SECURITY BILL. 9-5-13:- AMENDMENTS IN THE NATIONAL FOOD SECURITY BILL INTRODUCED IN LOK SABHA. 4-7-13 :- ORDINANCE TO IMPLEMENT FOOD BILL APPROVED BY UNION CABINET.
  17. 17. CONTINUE… 5-7-13:- PRANAB MUKHERJEE SIGNED ON THE ORDINANCE. 11-8-13: BILL INTRODUCED IN LOK SABHA. 25-8-13: GOVERNMENT OF INDIA ANNOUNCED THAT ESTIMATED 614.3 LAKH TONNES OF FOOD GRAINS WOULD BE REQUIRED EVERY YEAR. 26-8-13: NATIONAL FOOD SECURITY BILL PASSED IN LOK SABHA. 3-9-13:- RAJYA SABHA PASSED THE NATIONAL FOOD SECURITY BILL THROUGH VOICE VOTE.
  18. 18. PREVENTIVE MEASURES  PROPER PDS CENTERS.  SUPPLY THROUGH ADHAR CARDS.  MAHILA SWAYAM SEVAK SANGH & GRAMPANCHAYATS TO RUN THE PDS CENTERS.  THROUGH THIS BILL ICDS & MID-DAY MEAL PROGRAMME WILL GET BENEFITED.  STATE GOVERNMENTS SHOULD WORK PROPERLY TO MAKE THIS PROGRAMME BENEFITED.
  19. 19. IMPORTANT FACTS  IT WILL COST 1.3 LAKH CRORE PER YEAR & THIS BILL WILL EXPIRE AFTER 3 YEARS. ABOUT 10 CRORE SCHOOL CHILDREN FROM 12 LAKH SCHOOLS WILL GET BENEFITED FROM THIS BILL.  THERE ARE AROUND 14L ANGANWADI KENDRAS IN OUR COUNTRY & FROM THESE KENDRAS 9 CR CHILDREN, PREGNANT WOMEN & MILK FEEDING WOMEN WILL GET BENEFITED.
  20. 20. CONCLUSION  IN THIS FOOD SECURITY BILL, THERE ARE SO MANY BENEFICIARY COMPONENTS , WHICH HELP THE LOWER CLASS PEOPLE OF OUR COUNTRY. SO THAT NO BODY WILL DIE CAUSING STARVATION & FAMINE.

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