Civil Supplies started supply of rice to over 35,700 Anganwadi Centers through Ration Shops from Friday. Biometric authentication has been used with ePOS systems at Ration Shops.
The Fingerprints and Aadhar authentication of all 72,000 Anganwadi Center Workers, Helpers and Supervisors were linked to e-POS machines with coordination of National Informatics Centre (NIC) in this process.
Women, Child Welfare Department Principal Secretary M. Jagadeeshwar, Director Smt Viziendira Boyi, Civil Supplies Department Commissioner Akun Sabharwal, MLA C Mallareddy inspected the quality of rice and supply process from Fair Price shops and in Medchal District.
They instructed both the Civil Supplies Department and Women, Child Welfare Department to coordinate with each other to ensure no hurdles come in the way of supply of rice besides not to compromise in the quality of rice supplied.
In Mahabubnagar district Narayanpet MLA Rajender Reddy, Collector Ronald Ross; Jagitial district MLA M Sanjay Kumar; Kamareddy Collector N Satyanarayana; Nalgonda – Collector Dr Gaurav Uppal, Joint Collector C. Narayana Reddy; Nizamabad – Joint Collector Ravinder Reddy; Mancherial – Joint Collector Y. Surender Rao; Nirmal – Collector M. Prashanti, Joint Collector M. Bhaskara Rao; Peddapally Joint Collector M. Vanaja Devi; in Siddipet district, Duddeda village Joint Collector S. Padmakar started Ration rice supply to Anganwadi Centers.
With biometric authentication it would be easy to get the details like on which day have Anganwadi centre organizers taken rice, how much quantity, how many persons have taken and the remaining balance.