Economics

Explain any two benefits of Public Distribution System in India.


SOLUTION
The two benefits of public distribution system in India are:
(a) It distributes subsidized goods like wheat, rice and sugar, kerosene to the poor people through a network of public distribution shops or Ration shops.
(b) It provides employment to fair price shop owners, their employees and the other related workers which reduces poverty and unemployment.
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