Ration dealers to challenge suspension orders in High Court

Ration dealers to challenge suspension orders in High Court
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The Civil Supplies department issuing suspension orders to 17,000 ration dealers across the state has caused an uproar. As the State Government has also decided to issue suspension orders immediately, the ration dealers are planning to approach the High Court to challenge against the suspension orders.

The Civil Supplies department issuing suspension orders to 17,000 ration dealers across the state has caused an uproar. As the State Government has also decided to issue suspension orders immediately, the ration dealers are planning to approach the High Court to challenge against the suspension orders.

With ration dealers in Telangana set to undertake a strike from July 1 onwards, the state government is taking measures to ensure that poor people will not face any difficulties in obtaining essential commodities.

The Civil Supplies Department officials have decided to utilise the services of women self-help groups for distribution of essentials to beneficiaries.

As per the Food Security Act, the Telangana government said that ration dealers have a responsibility to distribute essentials for poor and hence, arrangements have been made to supply ration commodities to all the beneficiaries from July 5th.

The ration dealers’ main demands are monthly salaries and release of Rs 600 crore dues.

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