Economics

The Antyodaya Anna Yojna was launched on December 25, _________.


ANSWER

2000


SOLUTION
The scheme was launched in December 2000 in which a million poorest families under BPL (below poverty line) were identified. These families were eligible to purchase 35 kgs of rice and wheat at highly subsidized prices of Rs 3 per kg and Rs 2 per kg, respectively.
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