Economics

What are the problems with the functioning of ration shops?


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There are various problems with the functioning of ration shops such as;

  • Ration cards are issued only to those people who have their proper residential addresses. Hence a large number of homeless poor fail to get ration from these shops.
  • The owners of these shops sell ration in the open market at higher prices.
  • Sometimes shopkeepers make bogus entries in the ration cards.
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